Request help with Pioneer receiver

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  1. John Wilson

    John Wilson Supporting Actor

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    I have a quick question. My daughter just got a Pioneer VSX-D509S receiver. I'm trying to memorize FM stations that we receive, not the ones that the former owner received. I'm having a heck of a time overwriting the presets already there. I'm following the manual's steps as follows:

    1. tune to the desired station
    2. press memory button
    3. use CLASS button to select A,B or C class
    4. use tuning button to select 0-9
    5. press memory button again
    6. preset number will flash for a few seconds while station is being memorized.

    The above procedure does not work. Is there a step that I'm not doing or even a way to clear the current presets so that I can start over?

    I have a Elite VSX-41 and it works just as its supposed to.:b

    Thanks for your help, I'm getting frustrated[​IMG]
     
  2. John Wilson

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    I have a quick question. My daughter just got a Pioneer VSX-D509S receiver. I'm trying to memorize FM stations that we receive, not the ones that the former owner received. I'm having a heck of a time overwriting the presets already there. I'm following the manual's steps as follows:

    1. tune to the desired station
    2. press memory button
    3. use CLASS button to select A,B or C class
    4. use tuning button to select 0-9
    5. press memory button again
    6. preset number will flash for a few seconds while station is being memorized.

    The above procedure does not work. Is there a step that I'm not doing or even a way to clear the current presets so that I can start over?

    I have a Elite VSX-41 and it works just as its supposed to.:b

    Thanks for your help, I'm getting frustrated[​IMG]
     
  3. LanceJ

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    Try holding down the memory button until the # stops flashing-just a theory.

    Also I don't think the "class" function must be used.
     
  4. LanceJ

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    Try holding down the memory button until the # stops flashing-just a theory.

    Also I don't think the "class" function must be used.
     

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