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The owner's manual/operating instructions that I purchased was the original factory document and it was in at least three and maybe more languages. I no longer have it because I sold the tape recorder and included the owner's manual/operating instructions and a service/repair manual that I bought on ebay for the new owner.
This manual is very useful. Because pioneer sx-q180 is unhandy to use without manual.
Text excerpt from page 19 (click to view)
Presetting radio stations
You can store radio stations into the playerâs memory. You can preset up to 30 radio stations, 20 for FM and 10 for AM in any order.
RADIO BAND AUTO PRESET DISPLAY ENT MEMORY
If a station cannot be preset automatically You need to preset a station with a weak signal manually. 1 Press RADIO BANDâ¢AUTO PRESET to select the band. 2 Tune in a station you want. 3 Hold down the number buttons that you want to preset the new station on for about 2 seconds. To select the preset number over 10, press >10 first, then the corresponding number buttons. You need to hold down the last number button to enter for about 2 seconds. (Example: To select 12, press >10 and 1 first, then hold down 2 for about 2 seconds.)
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Press RADIO BANDâ¢AUTO PRESET to select the band. Hold down RADIO BANDâ¢AUTO PRESET until âAUTOâ flashes in the display. Press DISPLAYâ¢ENTâ¢MEMORY. The stations are stored in memory from the lower frequencies to the higher ones.