Q: How do I use the radio presets?

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How do I use the radio presets?

The radio presets allow you to store your favorite radio stations, so that they are easy to access. Your sound system is able to story 18 radio stations (six each in FM1, FM2, and AM). To set a favorite station, first tune to that station. Then, press and hold one of the six preset buttons until the system beeps. The station is now set, and can be played by pressing the preset button.

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