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Read the manual. The radio may have been set to some defaults, although the time was not correct. When you started setting the time, it is possible that you should have run through the whole setup. For example some radios have different ranges for the FM bands: there is a Japanese band that starts at 76 MHZ, and ends at 108 MHz; there is the standard FM band from 88 MHz to 108 MHz; and a school band (I can't remember its range).
For AM the gap between neighboring positions may be set at 9 kHz or 10 kHz depending on the location (region or continent).
I suggest you get the manual and see if there is an initial setup procedure, then follow it.

Dec 27, 2013 | Sangean WR-2 AM/FM Radio

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I have an Eton G3 recently purchased which has an operators manual, but does not contain any references to the layout of the buttons etc. I would like a link to find out the correct use of the radio


The buttons are marked and the use of most of them is self-evident.
The number keys are used to enter frequencies (direct tuning).
Lock locks the radio and prevent changes (trurning ON or OFF, changing frequency, any function change is blocked)
Sleep sets a timer.
+, - go up or down in frequency, or when you are setting time.
U/LSB is for toggling Upper or Lower Side Bands.
Auto Up and Auto Down are for the automatic tuning system (scanning the frequency spectrum)
AM is for switching to the AM (medium wave band)
AM/Meter band is for switching to the Short wave bands, and FM is for Frequency modulation band.
VOL + and - increase and decrease volume levels

Page/time: It has 700 memory locations to store frequencies. These are organized in pages (maybe up to 100 pages). You jump to next page with that button. Used also when setting time . Please read the instructions.

F1 to F7 are used to select the day for the alarm. F1 for Day 1, Sunday, F2 for Monday, etc) You can set an alarm for each day of the week.
Reset to reset configuration
TZ/Line in TZ set time zone, Line In if you wan to use the speaker of the radio as the output device for a signal from some other radio, or MP3 player
The tuning knob may also be used to change the displayed value while setting time (I can't remember exactly. You have the manual)
Erase erasing a stored frequency or a page (Check that)
Copy see above.
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Nov 04, 2013 | Grundig eTraveller VII AM/FM/SW Radio

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What buttons change time display


How do I set the clock?
A5
There are several methods to set the clock, depending on the model.

Method 1
Press and hold the BAND and DISPLAY buttons to display the clock
Press and hold the BAND and DISPLAY buttons until the time display flashes
SEARCH left to adjust the hours; right to adjust the minutes
Press BAND button to store the time
Method 2
Same as Method 1, except press DISP to store the time
Method 3
Press ADJ
SEARCH left or right to select clock and press ENT
SEARCH left or right to select the hour or minute
Turn rotary knob clockwise or counter-clockwise to set the correct time
Press enter to store the time
Press ADJ to return to the previous mode
Method 4
Press and hold the BAND and FUNCTION buttons to display the clock
Press and hold the BAND and FUNCTION buttons until the display flashes
Search left to adjust hours; right to adjust minutes
Press BAND button to store the time
Method 5
While the display is showing the clock, press and hold the CLOCK knob until the minutes flash
Press the CLOCK knob to adjust the minutes
When the CLOCK knob is released for 5 seconds, the hours will flash
Press the CLOCK knob to adjust the hours
When the CLOCK knob is released for 5 seconds, the time will be stored
How do I set the clock?
A5
There are several methods to set the clock, depending on the model.

Method 1
Press and hold the BAND and DISPLAY buttons to display the clock
Press and hold the BAND and DISPLAY buttons until the time display flashes
SEARCH left to adjust the hours; right to adjust the minutes
Press BAND button to store the time
Method 2
Same as Method 1, except press DISP to store the time
Method 3
Press ADJ
SEARCH left or right to select clock and press ENT
SEARCH left or right to select the hour or minute
Turn rotary knob clockwise or counter-clockwise to set the correct time
Press enter to store the time
Press ADJ to return to the previous mode
Method 4
Press and hold the BAND and FUNCTION buttons to display the clock
Press and hold the BAND and FUNCTION buttons until the display flashes
Search left to adjust hours; right to adjust minutes
Press BAND button to store the time
Method 5
While the display is showing the clock, press and hold the CLOCK knob until the minutes flash
Press the CLOCK knob to adjust the minutes
When the CLOCK knob is released for 5 seconds, the hours will flash
Press the CLOCK knob to adjust the hours
When the CLOCK knob is released for 5 seconds, the time will be stored
How do I set the clock?
A5
There are several methods to set the clock, depending on the model.

Method 1
Press and hold the BAND and DISPLAY buttons to display the clock
Press and hold the BAND and DISPLAY buttons until the time display flashes
SEARCH left to adjust the hours; right to adjust the minutes
Press BAND button to store the time
Method 2
Same as Method 1, except press DISP to store the time
Method 3
Press ADJ
SEARCH left or right to select clock and press ENT
SEARCH left or right to select the hour or minute
Turn rotary knob clockwise or counter-clockwise to set the correct time
Press enter to store the time
Press ADJ to return to the previous mode
Method 4
Press and hold the BAND and FUNCTION buttons to display the clock
Press and hold the BAND and FUNCTION buttons until the display flashes
Search left to adjust hours; right to adjust minutes
Press BAND button to store the time
Method 5
While the display is showing the clock, press and hold the CLOCK knob until the minutes flash
Press the CLOCK knob to adjust the minutes
When the CLOCK knob is released for 5 seconds, the hours will flash
Press the CLOCK knob to adjust the hours
When the CLOCK knob is released for 5 seconds, the time will be stored
How do I set the clock?
A5
There are several methods to set the clock, depending on the model.

Method 1
Press and hold the BAND and DISPLAY buttons to display the clock
Press and hold the BAND and DISPLAY buttons until the time display flashes
SEARCH left to adjust the hours; right to adjust the minutes
Press BAND button to store the time
Method 2
Same as Method 1, except press DISP to store the time
Method 3
Press ADJ
SEARCH left or right to select clock and press ENT
SEARCH left or right to select the hour or minute
Turn rotary knob clockwise or counter-clockwise to set the correct time
Press enter to store the time
Press ADJ to return to the previous mode
Method 4
Press and hold the BAND and FUNCTION buttons to display the clock
Press and hold the BAND and FUNCTION buttons until the display flashes
Search left to adjust hours; right to adjust minutes
Press BAND button to store the time
Method 5
While the display is showing the clock, press and hold the CLOCK knob until the minutes flash
Press the CLOCK knob to adjust the minutes
When the CLOCK knob is released for 5 seconds, the hours will flash
Press the CLOCK knob to adjust the hours
When the CLOCK knob is released for 5 seconds, the time will be stored
How do I set the clock?
A5
There are several methods to set the clock, depending on the model.

Method 1
Press and hold the BAND and DISPLAY buttons to display the clock
Press and hold the BAND and DISPLAY buttons until the time display flashes
SEARCH left to adjust the hours; right to adjust the minutes
Press BAND button to store the time
Method 2
Same as Method 1, except press DISP to store the time
Method 3
Press ADJ
SEARCH left or right to select clock and press ENT
SEARCH left or right to select the hour or minute
Turn rotary knob clockwise or counter-clockwise to set the correct time
Press enter to store the time
Press ADJ to return to the previous mode
Method 4
Press and hold the BAND and FUNCTION buttons to display the clock
Press and hold the BAND and FUNCTION buttons until the display flashes
Search left to adjust hours; right to adjust minutes
Press BAND button to store the time
Method 5
While the display is showing the clock, press and hold the CLOCK knob until the minutes flash
Press the CLOCK knob to adjust the minutes
When the CLOCK knob is released for 5 seconds, the hours will flash
Press the CLOCK knob to adjust the hours
When the CLOCK knob is released for 5 seconds, the time will be stored
go to this web site for any thing about ur stereo
http://www.clarion.com/us/en/support/faq/Audio/index.html

Feb 18, 2010 | Clarion Car Audio & Video

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Banding


If your print head alignment is good, try printing at the slowest setting for the mean time until the banding is gone.

Jan 14, 2010 | Epson Stylus 1400 InkJet Photo Printer

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I need replacement bands for shoes that are frayed


http://www.bigtimetoys.com/contact.html Big Time Toys, LLC
708 Berry Road
Nashville, TN 37204

Moon Shoes Replacement Rubber Bands
Send a check for $7 to Big Time Toys at the above address for a pack of 50 replacement rubber bands.

Oct 23, 2009 | Kb Toys Moon Shoes

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I CANT HERE OR PUT OUT I NDONT KNOW WERE THE NOBS SHOULD BE


Big Knob settings from left to right...
First knobset...inner turn "volume" fully clockwise
... outer "squelch" fully counterclockwise
Second knobset...both inner and outer knobs fully clockwise
Third knob...chose which mode you want to use...Am or Fm (If your radio has been modified to TX/RX CB frequencies, chose AM)
Fourth knob...chose your band (If your radio has been modified to TX/RX CB frequencies, chose band D/A)
The only other knob that is important is the high/low power switch. It selects the band from the pair chosen by the band knob. I don't know if band D corresponds to high or low, so try both settings until one works.

If you can't TX or RX with these settings either there is no one talking at that time or your radio, antenna, or cable might be defective. You should get a copy of the owners manual to fully learn how to chose bands and adjust the settings. I've given you a starting point that should work but may not be optimum for all conditions.

Aug 28, 2009 | Connex CX-4300HP CB Radio

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Clear all the pre-set channels


There's no clear all settings there. You need to manually delete each saved station. Try to unplug the power of the unit for few hours and check if that clears all.

Mar 16, 2009 | Aiwa Audio Players & Recorders

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BC72XLT


You can't add to the preprogrammed search functions, but you can program frequencies from these bands into any locations you wish within the 100 programmable channels, where it will jump bands while scanning.

Sep 29, 2008 | Uniden BC72XLT Handheld Scanner

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Arx 1970 car cassette


Setting the clock:
1.Press and hold the Band Button (on the left of radio)and the Clock setting button (button No:4 on the right) to display the clock.
2.Press and hold the Band button and the Clock Setting button again for 2 seconds or longer for the clock display adjustment.
3.Press the SEEK UP Button (on the right of the radio with the arrows) to set minute.
4.Press the SEEK DOWN button to set hour.
5.Press the Band button to confirm the clock setting.

Jul 11, 2008 | Clarion ARX6670Z Cassette Player

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I cannot send sms in my Motorola c261


Check that your Band Setting is correct.Press the centre key then >Settings>Network>Band Selection>900/1800 or 850/1900.Your band setting is dependent on your region.Set it accordingly.I hope this fixes your problem.

Jul 02, 2007 | Motorola Mobility C261 Cellular Phone

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