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Old 07-11-2016, 04:44 AM   #21
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Your camper is haunted. They like the station that's playing. Lay out some IPods with ear buds on the same station.
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Old 07-11-2016, 06:17 AM   #22
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Old 07-12-2016, 08:45 AM   #23
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I have a 2016 145RB BAJA with an Axxera AXM120 radio...no alarm feature. HOWEVER, Saturday night the radio came on at 300 in the morning by itself! The radio did come with a remote control, but the remote is in a bag in a cabinet so I don't think it turned the radio on. Any ideas?
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I have the same radio and mine kept coming on by itself. There's a clock feature on it and all i did was set the clock to the right time and has not come on since.
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OK. So I "shotgunned" my radio problem with three steps. Consequently, I'm not sure which one actually fixed the problem.

1. Checked the fuses. Found one that was not inserted into the fuseholder on one side. Unfortunately, it was not the fused marked for the radio, but...?
2. Reset the radio by pushing the reset button on the radio (behind the faceplate).
3. Did as suggested above and set the clock.

The radio has not come on by itself since then (three days ago).
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Old 07-15-2016, 07:58 AM   #27
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OK. So I "shotgunned" my radio problem with three steps. Consequently, I'm not sure which one actually fixed the problem.

1. Checked the fuses. Found one that was not inserted into the fuseholder on one side. Unfortunately, it was not the fused marked for the radio, but...?
2. Reset the radio by pushing the reset button on the radio (behind the faceplate).
3. Did as suggested above and set the clock.

The radio has not come on by itself since then (three days ago).
I thought at first you were going to say you shot your radio with a shotgun.
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I thought at first you were going to say you shot your radio with a shotgun.
I did have to stop, go back and carefully read what was said.

A few years back there was lots of talk about the Jensen radios turning on all by themselves. I have not heard a peep about it in a long time. Ours did it a probably a dozen times in the first few years. Really I have not noticed it recently. I have to admit, I walked into the HTT, last week and the radio was on. But was that caused by me forgetting to turn it off earlier ????.

Ours seemed to always do it in the middle of the night while sleeping. Thinking back now , I think it stopped doing it once I pulled the batteries from the remote, and put the remote with the paperwork. Hummm, wonder if the remote has something to do with it. Or maybe its my memory playing tricks and making things up.. I guess it is worth a try.
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