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Re-coding the radio


C.J.
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Disconnested the battery to re-align the steering wheel, and predictably the radio has gone off requiring the code to be tapped back in.

The'bible' gives me all the guff on how to do it, only mine hasn't got the RR3316 that it twitters on about. The only ID I can find on mine is RDS EON. It doesn't even look like the 3316, but it does look like Rover radio of sorts.

It asks me to tap in the code 6504 using the pre-set buttons. Great, only I haven't got a "0" button.

Am I just being my usual stupid self, looking for the difficult solution? :huh:

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On some you press the 1 preset so the display read 1xxx then use the up/down freq keys to set the number, press 1 again to store, then do the second number with < > keys press 1 to store then the third etc etc

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...It asks me to tap in the code 6504 using the pre-set buttons. Great, only I haven't got a "0" button.

Which Radio Cassette does your car have?

For the Phillips item fitted to early Rovers, the sequence is as follows.

1) Switch on Radio: 'CODE' should appear in the display.

2) Press either up or down tuning buttons until the first digit of the four digit code appears. Press pre-set button 1 to store.

3) Use tuning up-down button to select 2nd digit - press pre-select button 1.

4) Use tuning up-down button to select 3rd digit - press pre-select button 1.

5) Use tuning up-down button to select 4th digit - press pre-select button 1.

The beep should sound and the radio function.

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