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Q: How to adjust the volume on the radio?

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How to adjust the volume on the radio?

When listening to the radio, you may find the need to turn the volume up or down. There is a Volume knob built into the radio to help you adjust the volume at any time. To adjust the volume.

  1. Turn the volume knob left and right to turn the volume down and up.

  2. Press the volume knob in to turn the sound off completely.

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