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 Post subject: Makita DMR104 RADIO
PostPosted: Wed Oct 14, 2015 6:19 pm 
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Hi, anyone got this radio.

I've just picked one up today and I'm not sure whether it has a fault or not. When scrolling through the dab stations it seems to time out after a few seconds and just change the volume rather than scroll the stations.

Just wondering if anyone else's does this before I take it back

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 Post subject: Re: Makita DMR104 RADIO
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Mine is the same, so you need to be quick to select a station !
It has never crossed my mind that it may be a fault.


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 Post subject: Re: Makita DMR104 RADIO
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 Post subject: Re: Makita DMR104 RADIO
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My colleague brought his 5 month old 104 to work this morning. Guess what? Yep, his is exactly the same!

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