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Problem with Philips CCRT 700 radio
« on: 15 October 2010, 11:11:28 »

Hi there. Having an annoying problem with my radio. (non Bose Philips CCRT 700). Original factory fit in 1999.

When switching on from the ignition or radio On/Off switch the preferred preset radio station is not being recognised and the radio is constantly searching for a station as if the memory has been lost. The screen says "MEM" followed by rolling station numbers.

The only way I can lock onto a station is by pressing the relevant preset button.

Anyone else having this problem
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Re: Problem with Philips CCRT 700 radio
« Reply #1 on: 15 October 2010, 11:29:08 »

Have you let it carry on and search until it stops? Mine does it when I've had the battery off and remembers them all once it's finished scanning.
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Re: Problem with Philips CCRT 700 radio
« Reply #2 on: 15 October 2010, 15:26:40 »

Yes, my CCRT700 does that. Fairly common problem, expensive solution.
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Re: Problem with Philips CCRT 700 radio
« Reply #3 on: 15 October 2010, 15:27:14 »

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Have you let it carry on and search until it stops? Mine does it when I've had the battery off and remembers them all once it's finished scanning.
Nah, its fubar. Not the most reliable radio ever made, sadly
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