Thr Video Recorder i have is quiet Old and the Producer could Not help me. So i w as very glad to find an offer for the owners Manual for a very fair Price.a I obtained the original Manual very quick and I am happy to have it now.
The PDF copy was immediately available on download after the payment. However, I noticed that the document was in German, and Ihad to contact a German translator to get it translated it to English. The quality of document is legible can be used for my purpose.
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Checking the Desired Station Memory Position
To avoid accidentally erasing an already stored station be, you can call up the memory location you wish to use and check it before you store it in memory. When doing this, the station to be stored remains in the tuning memory (0 in the display) â¢ Enter the number of the station memory location with the numeric buttons. â¢ Press the MEMORY button. The display then indicates either ï¼ FREE (not occupied) or, if a station has already been programmed, the number of the station memory location and the frequency or the name of the station. The station last tuned to in the respective waveband remains always "buffered" on the numeric button "0". â¢ It is then eventually necessary to press the AM button several times or to switch to F M to return to the desired waveband. Then retrieve the station by pressing the numeric button "0" and the MEMORY button, and search a different station memory location.
Programming a Station Memory Location
Overwriting the old memory contents. â¢ Tune to the desired station. â¢ Enter the number of the desired memory location with the numeric buttons. â¢ Press the STORE button a long time. - The number of the selected memory location appears below the indication MEMORY in the display. You will still hear the stored station. - A station name which you have entered or which has been decoded by the RDS system and which is visible in the display will be stored along with the frequency.