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To preset a channel on the JCR-425, you tune in the channel; press the "AL/MEM" button on top of the radio (at which time you will probably be switched to some other radio frequency, which is rather disconcerting), press the "Up" or "Down" button to select the desired preset channel number, press "Set" -- and only then are you returned to your desired radio station. If you want to preset several channels,
You might then think that the next time you turn on the radio that all you would have to do is press one of the 10 preset channel buttons on the front of the radio to visit one of your preset radio stations. You would be wrong. You must turn on the radio, then press the "AL/MEM" button on top of the radio. Only then can you access your preset radio stations.
You might also think that to turn on the radio you would press a button that says "Power." Wrong. You press a button that says "Radio." Well, okay. But you might think that to turn it off, you would just press the "Radio" button again. Wrong. If you have pressed the "AL/MEM" button to access your preprogrammed channels, pressing the "Radio" button simply takes you out of the "AL/MEM" function and back to the "FM" (or "AM") function, apparently taking you back to the last radio station you tuned in manually. To turn off the radio after accessing a preset channel, you must press "Radio" twice.

Jensen JCR-425... | Answered on Dec 22, 2017


To preset a channel on the JCR-425, you tune in the channel; press the "AL/MEM" button on top of the radio (at which time you will probably be switched to some other radio frequency, which is rather disconcerting), press the "Up" or "Down" button to select the desired preset channel number, press "Set" -- and only then are you returned to your desired radio station. If you want to preset several channels,
You might then think that the next time you turn on the radio that all you would have to do is press one of the 10 preset channel buttons on the front of the radio to visit one of your preset radio stations. You would be wrong. You must turn on the radio, then press the "AL/MEM" button on top of the radio. Only then can you access your preset radio stations.
You might also think that to turn on the radio you would press a button that says "Power." Wrong. You press a button that says "Radio." Well, okay. But you might think that to turn it off, you would just press the "Radio" button again. Wrong. If you have pressed the "AL/MEM" button to access your preprogrammed channels, pressing the "Radio" button simply takes you out of the "AL/MEM" function and back to the "FM" (or "AM") function, apparently taking you back to the last radio station you tuned in manually. To turn off the radio after accessing a preset channel, you must press "Radio" twice.

Jensen JCR-425... | Answered on Dec 22, 2017


If it is a newer tv there will be hdmi hook ups and look what port it is in and using your remote find the input button and select the right hdmi port hope this helps Merry Christmas

Jensen Car Audio... | Answered on Dec 10, 2017


see MFG website to re-calibrte from scratch. Might be a video on Youtube also?

Jensen Televison... | Answered on Dec 03, 2017


The screen has a connection for each line on the display and the soldier on some of these connections has gone intermittent. When the unit becomes warm enough, the soldier expands and the connections become more consistent.
If you're skilled, this can be repaired. If not, either replace the unit or take it to a reputable technician.

Jensen VM9424... | Answered on Nov 01, 2017


Go to Menu,
Check balance.
Should be center '0'.
Otherwise it could be an electronic fault.
Blown speaker / loose wire / amp fault.

Jensen Televison... | Answered on Oct 11, 2017

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