Originally Posted by ken0042
The one thing that has worked for me with the radio is to tune to a station you don't get on the weather band. Then go back to FM, and shut the radio off.
You mention a non-weather alert. Last time I had mine tuned it came on for a storm warning 150 km away.
This is the instruction in the relatively useless manual for the Touch Audio unit.
Basically, tune to a W.B. station that is not local to where you are, and you will not get alerts. You have to do this everytime you move the RV.
My wife and I left for a week (with out the RV) and did not tune it off the local station after bringing it home from the last trip. When we came home, it was on and may have been all week! There needs to be a more "user friendly" method of turning alerts on and off.
We will completely replace this unit next year, as we find it overall clumbsy, cheap, and all around difficult to use.