Date: Tue, 28 Jun 2005 07:52:47 -0400
From: Malt_Hound <Malt_Houndnospamm*>
Subject: Re: my Saab chirps when I shut if off!

Grunff wrote: > Laura K wrote: > >>> Do you have a Sony radio/CD with removable front panel? >> >> >> >> YES! It's an x something or other, aftermarket radio that is made by >> Sony. The panel doesn't remove -- at least not that I can figure out >> -- but it does drop down to load a cassette. It looks like it should >> remove, but the car -- which I bought used in January -- didn't have >> the radio owners manual with it. >> The radio and cassette player are working fine. > > > > The panel is indeed removable. The (very annoying) chirps are to remind > you to remove the panel as you exit the car. I ignore mine. > > If you do want to remove it, there are two main types. Either there is a > small, black steel lever which you can push when the panel is flipped > down, or the panel hinges are sprung, allowing you to push the panel > sideways in order to release it. > > Yeah, I have a couple of different Sony models with the hinged / removeable faceplates and they all do the chirpy-chirpy thing. They are actually pretty good radios (good FM sensitivity), which is the main reason I have bought so many of them (4 total). -Fred W

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