Q: How do I scan the preset stations?

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How do I scan the preset stations?

You can use the scan station to only scan through your preset stations, to see which presets are available, and what they’re currently playing. To use the preset scan feature, press and hold the Scan button until it beeps. The sound system will then flip through your presets, playing each station for five seconds. Press the Scan button a second time to stop the feature and listen to the station it was playing.

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