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Does anyone know how to hard boot the radio (the smaller version on the Premium). XM is stuck in one channel and won't change or display my saved channels. I would unplug the battery if I knew where it was :eek:. If anyone knows please share. Everything else is working fine.

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Lol. Been there, done that, on the battery location in an older Jag. It's under the cargo cover.

The system will likely reset, if you leave the car locked & off for about 15 minutes
 

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Lol. Been there, done that, on the battery location in an older Jag. It's under the cargo cover.

The system will likely reset, if you leave the car locked & off for about 15 minutes
Now XM does not show as an audio source at all. I guess I'll have to visit the dealership :crying:

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This has happened to me twice in my first 2 weeks of ownership. It fixed itself after power cycle.

Expensive electronics not having good quality control. Not great.
 

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This has happened to me twice in my first 2 weeks of ownership. It fixed itself after power cycle.

Expensive electronics not having good quality control. Not great.
Same here happened once, shut it off, came back 20 minutes later and it worked again.
 

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Call XM and have them send your radio a refresh signal. You'll probably need your vin number or radio ID is you have it.
 

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Call XM and have them send your radio a refresh signal. You'll probably need your vin number or radio ID is you have it.
If you have the radio ID, I believe you can request a refresh through their website.
 
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If you have the radio ID, I believe you can request a refresh through their website.
Simplest way, and of course once you request the refresh you have to go to the vehicle and make sure the radio is on to receive the signal. Seems intuitive, but I mistakenly thought the refresh signal would be there next time I drove, not the case. You have a limited window to receive the signal after the request, and if you miss it, you have to request it again. This is probably one of those common sense redundant responses to this thread
 

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As I have also done that, I think your response is a useful reminder! :)
 

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It's siriusxm.com/refresh. You do need your Radio ID.
 

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What is even more convenient is having them send you the refresh link as a text message. This will allow you to send a refresh signal whenever and as often as you need to.
 
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