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Old 02-06-2011, 02:11 PM   #1
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AM/FM/Weather Band/Cassette in dash radio

Hi Guy's I have a 2000 Fleetwood Storm with the in dash radio. I would like to know how to set the time on this radio. I know this is a small thing but I would like to beable to set the correct time.

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Go to the manufacturers website and download your model owners manual; or at least give us the model number so we might be of help directly.
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Good suggestion from RV Wizard. With a 10 or so year old unit there is no way of knowing if the radio has been changed a time or two.
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Well i wish I could tell you a model number but there is not one on the unit. I did take a picture of it hope this helps. It looks original to the unit and not added on. It is a Ford chasis so I think it is a Delco radio. Has seek scan and standard radio buttons. I have tried various methods to try to change the time. The radio is below the heat and Air controls.

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Well i wish I could tell you a model number but there is not one on the unit. I did take a picture of it hope this helps. It looks original to the unit and not added on. It is a Ford chasis so I think it is a Delco radio. Has seek scan and standard radio buttons. I have tried various methods to try to change the time. The radio is below the heat and Air controls.

Any suggestions would be apprieciated.

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Looks like the magnedyne in my Southwind. The manual says (paraphrasing somewhat);

--while the radio is on, or with power to the radio (you'll know because the display is illuminated), press the "R.FREQ button" (between band and weather) and hold it down.
--Adjust hours by pressing the down tuner button. adjust minutes by pressing the up tuner button. (both on extreme left side of radio)
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That's the same radio I had in my rig but I just threw it out about six months ago the day i got my rig and replaced it with a CD player with an iPod interface for like $79. Sounds like you have your answer already but I will double check my folder for the radio instructions and see if I have them.
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Thanks for the help. This information was correct and now my time is right.

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