Q: How do I use favorite stations?

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How do I use favorite stations?

A: The favorite stations feature allows you to...

The favorite stations feature allows you to save certain radio stations as your favorite, so that they are easy to access. The favorite stations are saved in the favorite pages, which can each hold six favorite stations. To set a favorite station, first tune the radio to the station. Then press the MENU/SEL knob and choose Favorites List, or press the FAV button, until you reach the favorite page that you would like to use. Finally, hold down one of the available numbers (1 through 6) until it beeps, confirming that the favorite station has been set. To play that station, press the MENU/SEL knob and choose Favorites List, or press the FAV button, then select the correct favorites page followed by the favorite station.

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