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Old 12-29-2006, 05:55 PM   #1
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I bought an FM transmitter to plug into my other car today. I went to listen to one of my presets today and I couldn't get any if my channels to work because all I could here was Bubba on 101. I unplugged the transmitter but bubba still came through my car speakers. my antenna was not plugged in and I checked my satellite and terrestial signal and had neither, but Bubba was coming through loud and clear. after I turned off the stiletto and turned it back on it was gone. anyone have any ideas? by the way this stiletto is the greatest
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Were you listening to a recording of 101? Just turning it on goes back to the last thing you were listening to. If it was a recording of Bubba on 101, even if you are connected to the antenna it will still be playing the recording.

Without the antenna that would be the only thing I could think of.
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This is probably not your case, but I know with my XM SkiFi2, one day I went to leave in the parking lot at work and started my truck. ESPN was on my radio, but I didn't have my XM unit on and it freaked me out. I figured out pretty quick that I was picking up the XM frequency in the car next to me on my 88.7 channel!
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no i wasnt listening to bubba before, and there were no other cars or transmitters around
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