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5 SIDE: Press this pushbutton to play the other side of
the tape.
6 W (Dolby
): Press this pushbutton to reduce
background noise. The double-D symbol will appear on
the display.
Dolby
Noise Reduction is manufactured under a
license from Dolby
Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
Dolby
and the double-D symbol are trademarks of
Dolby
Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
w SEEK x: The tape must have at least three
seconds of silence between each selection for SEEK to
work. Press the up or the down arrow to go to the
next or to the previous selection on the tape.
AM-FM: Press this button to listen to the radio when a
cassette tape is playing. The inactive tape will remain
safely inside the radio for future listening.
SOURCE: Press this button to play a tape when
listening to the radio. TAPE PLAY with an arrow will
appear on the display while the tape is active.
EJECT: Press this button to stop a tape when it is
playing and to eject a tape when it is not playing. Eject
may be activated with the radio off. Cassettes may
be loaded with the ignition and radio off if this button is
pressed ?rst.
Cassette Tape Messages
E (Error): If this message and a number appears on
the display, it could be for one of the following reasons:
? E10: The tape is tight and the player cannot turn
the tape hubs. Remove the tape. Hold the tape
with the open end down and try to turn the right hub
counterclockwise with a pencil. Turn the tape
over and repeat. If the hubs do not turn easily, the
tape may be damaged and should not be used
in the player. Try a new tape to make sure
the player is working properly.
? E11: The tape is broken. Try a new tape.
CLN (Clean): If this message appears on the display,
the cassette tape player needs to be cleaned. It will
still play tapes, but it should be cleaned as soon
as possible to prevent damage to the tapes and player.
See Care of Your Cassette Tape Player on page 3-73.
If the cassette is not playing correctly, for any other
reason, try a known good cassette.
If any error occurs repeatedly or if an error cannot be
corrected, contact your dealer. If the radio displays
an error message, write it down and provide it to your
dealer when reporting the problem.
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2005 Buick ParkAvenue Owners Manual Summary of Content

5 SIDE: Press this pushbutton to play the other side ofthe tape.6 W (Dolby): Press this pushbutton to reducebackground noise. The double-D symbol will appear onthe display.DolbyNoise Reduction is manufactured under alicense from DolbyLaboratories Licensing Corporation.Dolbyand the double-D symbol are trademarks ofDolbyLaboratories Licensing Corporation.w SEEK x: The tape must have at least threeseconds of silence between each selection for SEEK towork. Press the up or the down arrow to go to thenext or to the previous selection on the tape.AM-FM: Press this button to listen to the radio when acassette tape is playing. The inactive tape will remainsafely inside the radio for future listening.SOURCE: Press this button to play a tape whenlistening to the radio. TAPE PLAY with an arrow willappear on the display while the tape is active.EJECT: Press this button to stop a tape when it isplaying and to eject a tape when it is not playing. Ejectmay be activated with the radio off. Cassettes maybe loaded with the ignition and radio off if this button ispressed rst.Cassette Tape MessagesE (Error): If this message and a number appears onthe display, it could be for one of the following reasons: E10: The tape is tight and the player cannot turnthe tape hubs. Remove the tape. Hold the tapewith the open end down and try to turn the right hubcounterclockwise with a pencil. Turn the tapeover and repeat. If the hubs do not turn easily, thetape may be damaged and should not be usedin the player. Try a new tape to make surethe player is working properly. E11: The tape is broken. Try a new tape.CLN (Clean): If this message appears on the display,the cassette tape player needs to be cleaned. It willstill play tapes, but it should be cleaned as soonas possible to prevent damage to the tapes and player.See Care of Your Cassette Tape Player on page 3-73.If the cassette is not playing correctly, for any otherreason, try a known good cassette.If any error occurs repeatedly or if an error cannot becorrected, contact your dealer. If the radio displaysan error message, write it down and provide it to yourdealer when reporting the problem.3-59