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BOSTON CD189 HOUSTON DM189
High-Power FM/AM/CD Receiver with Detachable Face
188 W AT TS TS
PWR XBASS MIX SC/PS RPT
M UT E
K N/TR TU
Robert Bosch Corporation Sales Group Blaupunkt Division 2800 South 25th Avenue, Broadview, Illinois 60153
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This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy, and, if not installed and used in accordance with instructions, may cause harmful interference with radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that radio interference will not occur in particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by tuning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment.
Avoid installing the unit where it would be subject to high temperatures, such as in direct sunlight or a hot air stream from the heater, or where it would be subject to dust, dirt, or excessive vibration. Do not turn on the unit if the temperature inside the car is very high. Always cool down the unit before usage. Parking your car in direct sunlight will result in a temperature rise. If the unit does not turn on, check the connections first. Then check whether the fuse at the back of the unit is blown. Carefully read this manual before using the unit. If you encounter any problems that are not covered in this manual, please consult the dealer where you purchased the unit or the dealer nearest to you. This unit has been designed specifically for playback of commark. Other discs cannot be pact discs bearing the played.
Handling the Front Panel
Attaching the Front Panel
Place the right hand side of the front panel so that the parts A of the front panel are engaged with the parts B of the unit as shown below. Then push the left hand side of the front panel until it is securely locked.
Detachable Flip down front panel Built-in power amplifier (max. output : 47W 4ch) FM/AM PLL Synthesizer tuner 30 Station preset memory Travel Store / Scan tuning X-BASS System Station name, Disc name store / Station call CD changer control (HOUSTON DM189 only)
(CDCA08 & CDCA071*) * CDCA071 requires adaptor # 093 available separately.
Handling Compact Discs
Be careful when removing a compact disk after the playback is completed because the disk may be extremely hot. Do not expose compact discs to direct sunlight or any heat source. Check all compact discs before playing, and discard cracked, scratched or warped discs. Wipe dirty or damp discs outward from the center with a soft cloth. Do not use any solvents such as commercially available cleaners, antistatic spray, or thinner to clean the compact discs.
Front Panel Open / Close
. Raise the front panel with your finger until it locks in place.
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Identification of Controls
Be sure to use this unit with the front panel closed. The unit is automatically switched off when the front panel is left open for about 10 minutes. Do not handle the unit roughly when opening/closing the front panel. Do not put any object or use it like a tray when the front panel is open in a lying position. Do not press the OPEN button when closing the front panel. Do not put much force to the operation buttons or the display window as it may cause damage or deform the unit. Connectors on the unit and front panel are vital parts transmitting the signal. Do not touch, push and scratch them. Be careful not to pinch your fingers or hands when opening and closing the front panel. Do not press hard on the front panel when affixing it to the unit. No more than light to moderate pressure should be needed. When taking the front panel with you, please use the supplied carrying case to protect the front panel from dirt and damage. Make sure there is no dust or dirt on the electrical terminals on the back of the front panel as this could cause intermittent operation or other malfunctions.
3. Close the inner cover.
Do not leave inner cover in the down position unless the front pannel is in place.
SC/PS MIX RPT XBASS
1 OPEN button 2 PWR button
Turns the power of the unit on or off.
3 TUN/TRK button
Bolt the front panel with the screw (supplied) in the inner cover as shown below, to protect the front panel from robbery and from getting lost.
Used to tune in to the desired station.
4 LCD Display window 5 CD button
Switches the CD playback mode.
6 BND/TS button
Selects the AM/FM Band & Travel store.
7 DISP button
Mode selector. Clock adjustment. Display priority setting.
8 MUTE/SENS button 9 10
Muting the sound. Switches the seek sensitivity between local and distance. XBASS button Boosting the bass sound. PRESET MEMORY button During radio reception : 1 - 6 ; For Preset memory During CD mode : 4/MIX ; For Mix play (Mix & Mix all during CDC; HOUSTON DM189 only) 5/RPT ; For Repeat play 6/ ; For Pause Select the desired CD in CDC(CD changer) mode.
Detaching the Front Panel 1. Press the
firmly to open the flip down front panel.
Ejecting the CD
Press recessed button located to the left behind the Front Panel.
2. Pull the front panel toward your direction to remove it.
11 DISC SELECT button (HOUSTON DM189 only) 12 SC/PS button
Scan tuning. Preset scan tuning. Scan play in CD mode. EJECT button
13 AUD button 14
Audio control selector; Bass, Treble, Loudness, Balance & Fader Dial Adjusts the volume level/bass/treble/balance/fader. Storing the station names. Select Alpha-numeric characters.
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Volume Level Control and Memory
Rotate the dial to set the memory for the volume level which will be recalled when the unit is turned on.
to display CLOCK 12.
Rotate the dial to select the 12 or 24-hour time mode. Each time you rotate the dial, the mode changes or toggles as follows; CLOCK 12 CLOCK 24
Adjust the volume level. Spinning or fast rotation of the dial knob will increase the number of turns needed to reach max. volume.
Volume down Volume up
momentarily. The clock is activated.
NO NAME or any station name blinks once to indicate that Station Name is selected for the Display Priority. After 5 seconds, the display mode will automatically return to the Display Priority showing either NO NAME or the station name. Tip Frequency Display is initially set as the Display Priority, and Station Name (NO NAME) is set to Temporary.
Adjusting the Sound Characteristics Ignition-off Clock Recall
The display will illuminate showing the time and then automatically shut off after 5 seconds. Press the DISP while the ignition switch is in the OFF position.
Hold the PWR pressed for more than 2 seconds. The unit will turn off and the selected max. turn-on volume level is set in memory.
to select the desired adjustment mode.
If the unit is turned off with the volume lower than the memory setting, the unit will return to the lower setting when turned back on.
BASS 0 TREBLE 0 LOUD OFF(LOUDNESS) R0 F0(FADER) L0 R0(BALANCE)
2. Mode Selector
Each time the DISP is pressed, the display window will change over as shown below; Priority STN CALL LEVEL 1 Temporary ( NO NAME )
Muting the sound
Press MUTE / SENS. MUTE apeares on the display window. To restore the previous volume level, press
MUTE / SENS
Rotate the dial to adjust the selected item. Adjust within 3 seconds after selecting the item. After 3 seconds, the dial functions as volume control. Use the following tables as a guide for adjusting the settings in each mode.
Display priority setting
Setting the Clock 1. Turn the ignition key to the ON position. 2. Press the to turn on the unit. 3. Press the to display CLK ADJ.
Display Priority can be set for the following items; Radio mode Frequency and Station Name, plus during CDC(CD changer) mode (HOUSTON DM189 only) Track No, Track time and Disc name.
A. Press the (HOUR ADJ).
within 3 seconds to flash the 12
Example To set Station Name to the Display Priority.
B. Rotate the dial to set the hour digit. C. Press the
to flash the 00 (MIN ADJ).
Press the DISP three times, and the temporary display appears in the display window. Hold the DISP pressed for more than 2 seconds.
D. Rotate the dial to set the minute digit.
METER 1 BASS TREBLE LOUD BALANCE FADER BASS -5 TREBLE -5 LOUD OFF L9 R0(Full left) R9 F0(Full rear) BASS +5 TREBLE +5 LOUD ON L0 R9(Full right) R0 F9(Full front)
Seek Tuning 1. Press the Preset Scan Tuning 1. Press the to select the desired band. 2. Hold the pressed for more than 2 seconds.
BND / TS SC/PS
BND / TS
to select the desired band.
FM 1 FM 2 FT AM AT FT & AT are Travel Store bands.
Receiving the Memorized Stations 1. Press the to select the desired band. 2. Press the - momentarily.
BND / TS 1 6
Press the TUN/ TRK to tune in stations. Tuning automatically stops at a broadcasting frequency. SEEK indicator will appear on the display window. When tuned in to FM stereo broadcasting stations, the stereo signal indicator will appear on the display window.
SCAN indicator will appear on the display window. The unit will scan preset memory for the 12 stations from the AM/AT band or the 18 stations from the FM 1/FM 2/ FT bands. The unit will stop at each preset station for 8 seconds, before continuing to the next preset station. Press the SC/PS again to stop Preset Scan Tuning and remain this on the selected frequency.
Local/Distant (LO/DX) Selection
This feature is used to select the strength of the signals at which the radio will stop during Seek Tuning. Press the MUTE / SENS for more than 2 seconds to select the Local setting and only strong (local) stations will be received. The lo indicator appears on the display window. Pressing again will select the Distant setting and the radio will stop at a wider range of signals, including weaker more distant stations. The lo indicator will go out on the display window. DX is the suggested default setting.
Manual Tuning 1. Press the 2. Press the
Memorizing Stations Automatically (Travel Store)
to select the desired AM or FM band.
TUN/ TRK or TUN/ TRK for more than 0.5 second to activate the manual tuning mode. Press again to tune in to stations. MANUAL indicator will appear on the display window. After 4 seconds of completing Manual Tuning, the tuning control will revert to the Seek Tuning mode.
Hold the BND / TS pressed for longer than 2 seconds. Up to 6 stations with strong signals will be automatically stored in preset memory for the selected band.
This function is available for FT and AT.
Scan Tuning 1. Press the 2. Hold the
Memorizing Only the Desired Stations
to select the desired band. You can store up to 6 stations on each band (18 for FM 1, FM 2 and FT, 12 for AM and AT) in the order of your choice.
SC/PS pressed for less than 2 seconds. The unit will scan the selected band for stations. SCAN indicator will appear on the display window. Press the SC/PS again to stop Scan Tuning and remain this on the selected frequency. Tip While tuning, the pie-shaped signal-strength meter on the display is lit differently depending on the strength of the signal. While scanning bands, the pie-shaped signal-strength meter spins. While playing CDs, this display spins also.
1. 2. 3.
Press the Press the
to select the desired band. to tune in stations.
Press and hold the desired preset memory button for about 2 seconds until the frequency indicator flashes twice. The number of the pressed preset memory button appears on the display window.
If when you store another station on the same preset number button, the previously stored station is replaced with new one.
Storing the station names
You can assign a name to each radio station and store it in memory. As many as 30 station names can be stored, composed with 8 characters each.
Direct Access to Memorized Stations via Station Call
You can search for the memorized AM & FM station names in the memory.
Level Meter Sensitivity selection
The sensitivity of the level meter display can be switched. You can select : LEVEL 1 : Normal sensitivity LEVEL 2 : High sensitivity
Tune in a station whose name you want to store. Press the DISP for more than 2 seconds. The NAME EDT will light then the _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ on the display window. The first _ flashes. Enter the characters. A. Rotate the dial in a clockwise direction to select the desired characters. (ABC.Z<>+ / 0123.9 Space ) to move the flashing cursor to B. Press the TUN/ TRK TUN/TRK , the flashthe next position. If you press ing cursor moves to the left. C. Repeat steps A and B to complete entering the entire name 8 characters max. Tip To erase/correct a name, press the DISP for more than 2 seconds to clear the character and re-enter.
Press the DISP to display the STN CALL on the display window. Rotate the large dial to select the desired station name. Press the
Press the window.
to display the LEVEL 1 on the display
to tune in the desired station.
Rotate the dial to select the desired meter sensitivity. LEVEL 1 LEVEL 2
Level Meter selection
The meter displays can be selected from four types. You can select : METER 1 : Type that the level meter goes upward. METER 2 : Type that only the very top segment lights. METER 3 : Type that the remaining segments light. (opposite of METER 2) METER 4 : Type that the level meter goes up and down dividing from the center segment. METER 0 : No meter is indicated.
Enhancing the bass sound
For extended bass centered @ 72Hz, the XBASS function can be set for either each band and CD mode. You can select : XBASS 1 : Enhanced BASS level (low) XBASS 2 : Enhanced BASS level (Middle) XBASS 3 : Enhanced BASS level (High) XBASS 4 : Enhanced BASS level (Very high) XBASS 0 : No BASS enhanced/off Press the
4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
Press the MUTE / SENS to store the station name. The station name flashes. To return to the normal radio reception, Press
to display the METER 1 on the display repeatedly to select the bass sound. appears on the display window.
Rotate the dial to select the desired meter indication. METER 1 METER 2 METER 3 METER 4 METER 0
Erasing the station names
Tune in any station and press the seconds.
Each time you press
, the current mode appears on
for more than 2
the display window and then the mode change as follows: XBASS 0 XBASS 1 XBASS 2 XBASS 3 XBASS 4
Press the MUTE / SENS. The station name or _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ is now flashing. Rotate the dial to select the name of the station that you want to erase. To erase all the name of the station, display FALL DEL. Press the DISP for more than 2 seconds. Repeat steps 3. and 4. if you want to erase other names. To return to the normal radio reception, Press
L-ch Level meter
R-ch Level meter
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Playing the CD player
Loading Discs Listening to a disc that is already loaded
Press the CD to select the CD mode. Playback begins automatically. and insert the disc.
Cue / Review
Press and hold the the desired point.
. Release when you have found
Press the 6/. To resume playback, press the
: To search forward. : To search backward. again.
Close the front panel. Playback begins automatically. LOADING indicator will flash in the display window.
Press the SC/PS during CD mode. The SCAN ON indicator appears in the display window. This will play the first 10 seconds of all the tracks on the disc. Press the
Make sure that the front panel is closed when playback begins.
to select the radio reception (FM 1, FM 2,
Playback with the front panel open causes the unit to turn off automatically in about 10 minutes.
Labelled side up
FT or AM, AT).
again to cancel this feature.
Press the panel. to eject the disc located behind flip-down front
Press the 5/RPT during CD mode. The RPT ON indicator appears in the display window and the current track is played repeatedly. Press the 5/RPT again to cancel this feature.
The unit will turn on automatically when a CD is inserted if the ignition switch is ON. When the disc is ejected from the CD slot, remove it within 10 seconds; otherwise, the disc will be reloaded automatically.
Press the 4/MIX during CD mode. All the tracks on the current disc are played in random order. Press the 4/MIX again to cancel this feature.
! NEVER Insert a 3-inch CDs.
This unit is designed for playback of standard 5-inch CDs only. Do not attempt to use 3-inch CD singles in this unit, either with or without an adaptor, as damage to the player and/or disc may occur. Tips on the display remains lit. When a CD is loaded, the During playback of a CD, the pie-shaped signal-strength meter spins.
Press the TUN/TRK during CD mode. Track numbers appear in the display window. : Playback starts from the beginning of the next track. : Playback starts from the beginning of the current track. Press again to play the previous track.
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CD Changer Controls (HOUSTON DM189 only)
Playing the CD Changer
This product can control a CD changer. Please check with your nearest car stereo specialist for recommendations of the models that will work with this radio (See page 1). Press the CD to switch the CD changer mode. Disc No, Track No, and Track time appear on the display window and playback begins automatically. Press again to change back to builtin CD operation. Disc Scan Press the SC/PS for more than 2 seconds. The DSCAN ON indicator appears in the display window. This will play the first 10 seconds of the first track on each disc. Press the
Storing the disc names
You can label each disc with a personalized name. As many as 99 disc names can be stored, composed with 7 characters each.
Track / Disc Repeat Play
Track Repeat Press the 5/RPT. The RPT ON indicator appears in the display window and the current track is played repea.tedly. Press the 5/RPT again to cancel this feature. Disc Repeat Press the 5/RPT for more than 2 seconds. The DRPT ON indicator appears in the display window and the current disc will be continually repeated. Press the 5/RPT again to cancel this feature.
Play the CD and press the DISP for more than 2 seconds. The NAME EDT will light then the _ _ _ _ _ _ _ on the display window. The first _ flashes. Enter the characters. A. Rotate the dial in a clockwise direction to select the desired characters. (ABC.Z<>+ / 0123.9 Space ) to move the flashing cursor to B. Press the TUN/ TRK TUN/ TRK , the flashthe next position. If you press ing cursor moves to the left. C. Repeat steps A and B to complete entering the entire name 7 characters max. Tip To erase/correct a name, press the DISP for more than 2 seconds to clear the character and re-enter.
Press the Disc select buttons to select the desired disc for play.
: To advance to a higher number disc. : To return to a lower number disc.
TUN/ TRK Press the. Track numbers appear in the display window.
: Playback starts from the beginning of the next track. : Playback starts from the beginning of the current track. Press again to play the previous track.
Track / Disc Mix Play
Track Mix Press the 4/MIX. The MIX ON indicator appears in the display window. All the tracks on the current disc are played in random order. Press the 4/MIX again to cancel this feature. Disc Mix Press the 4/MIX for more than 2 seconds. The MIX ALL indicator appears in the display window. Both discs and tracks will be played in random order. Press the 4/MIX again to cancel this feature.
Press the MUTE / SENS to store the disc name. The disc name flashes. To return to the normal CD playback mode, Press
Press and hold the the desired point. : To search forward. : To search backward.
Erasing the disc names
Press the DISP changer mode.
for more than 2 seconds during CD
Track / Disc Scan Play
Track Scan Press the SC/PS. The SCAN ON indicator appears in the display window. This will play the first 10 seconds of all the tracks on the disc. Press the
Tip During Disc scan, Disc Repeat or Disc Mix, the on the display.
will be lit
Press the MUTE / SENS. The disc name or _ _ _ _ _ _ _ is now flashing. Rotate the dial to select the name that you want to erase. To erase all the name, display FALL DEL. Press the DISP for more than 2 seconds. Repeat steps 3. and 4. if you want to erase other names. To return to the normal CD playback mode, Press
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Supplied Mounting Hardware
Mounting Strap Use
Attaching the Mounting Strap to the underside of the dash board, using screw. Attach the back of the unit to the Mounting Strap using the support stem bolt and hardware.
If your car has no accessory position on the ignition key switch (POWER SELECT switch)
The illumination on the front panel is factory-set to be turned on even when the unit is not being played. However, this setting may cause some car battery wear if your car has no accessory position on the ignition key switch. To avoid this battery wear, set the POWER SELECT switch located on the bottom of the unit to the B position, then press the reset button. The illumination is reset to stay off while the unit is not being played. Reset button Press the reset button with the point of a sharp object such as a ball-point pen.
Bushing & Screws
Mounting Strap and Screw
Be sure to detach the front panel before you start installing the unit. When mounting the unit in a car, keep the unit as level as possible. If the unit must be mounted at an angle, due to the design of the vehicle, make sure that the unit does not lit by more than 30. Choose the mounting location carefully so that the unit will not interfere with the normal driving operations of the driver. Use only the supplied mounting hardware for a safe and secure installation.
As shown in the figure below, securely fasten the screw, which has been inserted into the bushing, to the rear of the set. Fire wall
Installation in the dashboard. POWER SELECT SWITCH (Located on the bottom of the unit) Change the position with a jewelers screwdriver, etc.
Install the sleeve in the dashboard.
A : Your car has an accessory position on the ignition B : Your car has no accessory position on the ignition
The distance to the fire wall is various due to the type of the car. Be sure to secure the unit by properly inserting the bushing. Caution Insufficient fastening of the screw may cause some CDs to skip. switch. Be sure to press the reset button after changing the switch and connecting the lines. switch.
Select and bend the appropriate tabs to hold the sleeve firmly in place.
Connect each pair of speaker leads only to a single speaker (or speaker system) that has an impedance of least 4 ohms, as well as 47 watts power-handling capability. Do not connect speaker leads to any inputs on external amplifiers. This will cause damage to the internal amplifier of this unit.
HOUSTON DM189 only For connection to optional CD changer FUSE (10A) PRE-AMP OUTPUTS ANTENNA SOCKET REAR OF UNIT YELLOW BATTERY (CONSTANT POWER) RIGHT FRONT SPEAKER
To prevent short circuit, remove the key from the ignition and disconnect the batterys () (minus) terminal. This unit is designed for negative ground 12 V DC operation only. You can not use it for 24 V or other types of car batteries.
ADDITIONAL SPEAKERS EXTERNAL AMPLIFIER REMOTE (IF ANY)
DETACHABLE WIRE HARNESS
BLUE LEFT FRONT SPEAKER ANTENNA REMOTE (IF ANY)
RED IGNITION SWITCH BLACK GROUND
Make sure the cars ignition key has been removed. Disconnect the minus terminal of the cars battery. Connect the wiring harness wires in the following order : GND (Black), BTT (Yellow), ACC (Red) and ANTENNA REMOTE (Blue), and tape each so they do not come in contact with each other. Connect the speaker wires of the wiring harness. Connect the cars antenna terminal to the antenna socket of the unit. Connect the detachable wire harness to the unit. Reconnect the minus terminal of the cars battery. Start the cars engine. Make sure the unit operates properly.
WHITE W/BLACK STRIPE
GRAY GRAY W/BLACK STRIPE VIOLET W/BLACK STRIPE VIOLET
GREEN W/BLACK STRIPE GREEN
LEFT REAR SPEAKER
RIGHT REAR SPEAKER
Replacing the Fuse
If the fuse is blown, check the power connection first and then replace the fuse. If the fuse blows again under normal conditions, the unit may be defective.
Removing the Unit
Use the supplied release keys when you need to remove the unit from the car. Insert the TOP R and TOP L of the release keys on the right and left position until it clicks respectively, to remove the unit.
Back of the unit
Use only a fuse with the specified amperage (10 A). Use of another type of fuse can result in a fire or unit damage.
Cleaning the Connectors
If the connectors of the unit and the front panel are contaminated, malfunctions may occur. Detach the front panel and clean the connectors with an alcohol dampened cotton swab as shown below. As shown in the figure below, push the plate spring firmly to remove the release keys.
Back of the front panel
Handle the release keys carefully to avoid injuring your fingers. Keep the release keys in a safe place for future use.
Returning to the Initial Settings
When the reset button is pressed, the microcomputer of the unit returns to the initial settings. If the display window is not properly shown or the unit malfunctions, press the reset button with the point of a sharp object such as a ball-point pen.
The following check will assist in the correction of most problems which you may encounter with your unit. Before going through the check list below, refer back to the connection and operating procedures.
CD Player Troubleshooting
When problems occur with CD playback, an error message appears in the display window. Refer to the table below to identify the problem, then take the suggested corrective action. If the MECA ERR appears or SW ERROR persists, contact your nearest Blaupunkt dealer. Message CD ERROR Possible cause Dirty disc. Scratched disc. Up-side-down. Focus error. Recommended action
: Approx. 178 mm 50 mm 155 mm (W H D) Power requirements : 12 volts DC car battery (negative ground) Output Power : 47 watts 4 channels Output Wiring : Floating-ground type designed for 4 speaker use. RCA low-level outputs (4 channels). Output Impedance : Compatible with 4-8 ohm speakers. Low - Level Output : 2 V. (4 channels) Dimensions
Trouble No sound Cause/Solution Adjust the volume with the dial. Set the fader control to the center position with a 2-speaker system.
Indications do not appear Remove the front panel and clean the connectors with cotton on the display window. swab dipped in isoprophyl alcohol (90% or higher).
Trouble Cause/Solution Preset stations are not re- The broadcast is too weak. ceivable. Automatic tuning is not pos- The broadcast is too weak. sible Use manual tuning. Travelstore feature does Not enough broadcast frequennot complete storing of six cies are receivable. stations. Also make sure that antenna is connected, extended and dry inside. If the above mentioned solutions do not help to improve the situation, consult your nearest Blaupunkt dealer or in the United States call 1-800-266-2528 for technical assistance, parts and service. Call 1-800-950-2528 for dealer referral or to request product brochure.
Clean the disc. Replace the disc. Check the disc. Try ejecting and reinserting under normal temperature conditions. Data and focus error. Under normal temperature conditions, eject and insert clean, undamaged disc properly.
Tuning Range Sensitivity FM Stereo Separation : AM FM : AM FM : : : : 530 - 1,710 kHz (10 kHz step) 87.5 - 107.9 MHz (200 kHz step) 20 V 1.5 V
SW ERROR Mechanical problem. Eject and reinsert.
: 30 dB
CD Changer Troubleshooting (HOUSTON DM189 only)
If a problem should develop while operating CD changer, an error message appears in the display window. Refer to the table below to identify the problem, then take the suggested corrective action. If the error persists or 09 ERROR appears, contact your nearest Blaupunkt dealer. Message NO DISC Possible cause No magazine No disc Up-side-down CD ROM is loaded Recommended action
Frequency Response S/N Ratio Wow & Flutter : 20 - 20,000 Hz : 90 dB : Below the measurable limit
Load the magazine in the CD changer Check the disc 01 ERROR Replace with Music CDs COMM ERR Communication error Check the connection of the CD changer TEMP ERR Excessive tempera- The error sign will go off ture conditions at and play will resume the CD changer when the temperature at the changer returns to a normal range.
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CARLISLE EVENTS COMMENCES THE 2010 SEASON WITH A LITTLE LESS SUNSHINE
On March 10, 2010, the world lost a special person. With a wealth of loved ones around him, Donald Lee Duke Carter Sr. passed away at the age of 80. You may recall over the last 35 years that Duke was a mainstay at our events feeding countless patrons at the grandstand as well as at his concessions throughout the grounds. Dukes tenure at the Carlisle Fairgrounds started in 1975 when the Carlisle Events caterer pulled out of the car show season just days before the opening day. Duke stepped in and led the charge up to and through the 2009 season. Our own Bill Miller Jr., co-founder of Carlisle Events, commented to a local paper (Patriot-News, March 13, 2010) that [Duke] was a self-made businessperson who worked extra hard. He was very personable and really took care of operating other establishments such as The Silver Springs Flea Market and four active restaurants. Many of our long-time vendors will remember Duke standing out in front of the food court wearing a Marine cap and blowing his whistle like a drill sergeant to keep the long food line moving. Diane Vaughn, Carlisle Events Director of Customer Relations stated, Duke was such a character. Hed take great pleasure playing the tough guy with new employees but underneath was one of the biggest hearts around. He was a great friend and mentor to so many people, including most of us at the fairgrounds. I cant tell you how much we will miss him. So this weekend when youre walking past the food court, be sure to give our friend a skyward wink of the eye. You are missed, Duke.
BILL MILLER JR., DON CARTER, DUKE CARTER & CHIP MILLER
his customers and made sure they got a real value for their money. Bill went on to comment, That is what has made [the Carter family] successful here and at their restaurants. With his natural entrepreneurial spirit, straight-forwardness, tenacity and diligent work ethic, Duke was a successful businessperson not only growing Carters Concessions but also owning/
YOUR GUIDE TO THE 2010 CARLISLE EVENT SEASON
We are fortunate to have you here and know that it is all of you our valued guests and vendors who make Spring Carlisle an event unlike anything in the world. To you, we owe our gratitude; thank you! As you know, the Spring Carlisle event is the kickoff for our 2010 season. Without question, we anticipate this to be the best year yet. While here, dont miss the collector car auctions held at the Carlisle Expo Center, just a short walk outside Gate 3. Take a moment to look at the incredible activities planned at all shows between now and October. A quick drive on CarlisleEvents.com will yield a trunk load of additional information. There are a lot of reasons to keep coming back to Carlisle we hope to see you again throughout the year!
SPRING & FALL CARLISLE
Come explore over 8,100 spaces filled with a wide variety of cars and parts for sale. See over 2,000 available cars in the car corral and on the grounds. Cruise-In on Sunday (see page 10) Collector Car Auctions at the Carlisle Expo Center Thursday and Friday Evenings; Free Consignment (Ask for Details)
PERFORMANCE & STYLE
Over 1,500 Vehicles Displaying Innovation and Up-and-Coming Trends of the Collector Car Hobby Invitational Displays Showcasing the Best Tuner/Custom Compacts and Modern Muscle/Import Performance Vehicles NICOFest Drifting Exhibitions and Autocross Action High-Flying Freestyle Motocross Stunt Shows RIX Magazine Model Search and VIP/Luxury Lane National SPL Car Audio Competitions
IMPORT & KIT NATIONALS
Come Experience the Worlds Largest Kit Car Gathering From Euro-Classics to Import Sports Cars and Everything Built Outside the U.S. 2010: Year of Vintage and Specialty German Vehicles Exotic Vintage BMW Display On-Site SCCA Autocross Special Guest: Bruce Meyers Father of the Modern Day Dune Buggy Vintage (1979 and Older) Import Motorcycle Display Win a Free Car on Sunday! Live Bands to Fill the Air with Great Music Standard of Excellence Judging Major Kit Manufacturers in Attendance
Same Great Show with Brand New Name and Logo Carlisle Ford Nationals New for 2010 Young Guns Class for Under-25 Owners Special display of Cobras, GT-40s, GTs and Model As & Ts Ford F-100 Explorer Reunion Cougar Nationals on the National Parts Depot Showfield Mustang Garage Mustang High Performance Parts Installation Drag Racing on Friday Afternoon Ford, Lincoln and Mercury Concept Vehicles, Test Drives, Swap Meet, Manufacturers Midway and Much More Check Out the Euro Ford Garage Win a Merkur on Sunday
B & C CLASSICS. B & F MOTORS. B & J AUTO. B KS KLASSICS. BAART, DANIEL. BABRIECKI, ROBERT BACH, DAVE. BACKYARD BUDDY. BADAWY, FARID S. BADDERS, JAMES T. BAESCH, CHARLES. BAIRS INC, YOGI. BAKER, CHARLES. BAKER, EDWARD. BAKER, JOHN. BAKER, JOHN. BAKER, PATRICK.
WAYNESBORO, PA. SPRINGFIELD, OH. WATERFORD, NY. JOHNSTOWN, PA. CHURCHVILLE, NY. HIGH BRIDGE, NJ. SOUTHAMPTON, PA. WARREN, OH. MILLTOWN, NJ. FAWN GROVE, PA. GLEN BURNIE, MD. LINESVILLE, PA. YORK, PA. AKRON, NY. LEWISBURG, PA. BOILING SPRINGS, PA. LANCASTER, OH.
. NF51-52. IK42. CC85.CB107-109. CC455. M130, O166. CA5, L153-154.A101-103. CA227.NJ24-26. IC24-26. H134-135, I134-135. NK31-32. N158-159. NH15-17. NL15-17. ND19-22, ND26-27
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BEAR, FRED. BEARD, PAT. BEAUDOIN, DANIEL. BEAUDOIN, WILLIAM. BEAVER II, KEITH. BECK, GREGORY. BECK, JIM. BECKER AUTOMOTIVE SPEC. BECKWITH, RICHARD. BECKYS BIKE STUFF. BEDARD, EDWARD & RONALD. BEDNARZ, STEVEN. BEENE, TOM. BEIGHEY, BILL. BELL, DAVE & SHEILA. BELLMAN, STEVE. BELOT, NELSON. BELVEDERE, JASON. BENGSTON, DOUG. BENNETT, EDWARD. BERESCHAK, ED. BERGER, RICHARD. BERGER, ROBERT. BERGMAN, WILLIAM & MARY. BERRY, CARL. BESCO, DENNIS & JASON. BEST OF SHOW AUTO RESTORA. BETTS, DARRYL. BETZ, JEFF. BEVILACQUA, JOHN. BICE, TIM. BIELLO, NICHOLAS. BIESIADA, BERNARD & ARLENE. BIG ALS TOY BOX. BIG TONYS CHEVELLESRUS. BIGGS JR, WAITMAN. BILL LEAVER AUTO IN C. BILLET SPECIALTIES, INC. BILLOW, BRETT. BILLS MODEL ACRES FORD FARM. BILLS TOOL SUPPLY. BINDER, PETER K. BINETTE, MARIO G. BINKLEY, DAVE. BINKLEY, KEN. BIROS, ANDREW. BISANTI, COSY. BISHKO, IRV. BISON MOTORS. BISSELL, BRAD. BITTNER, JEFFREY. BLACK MOUNTAIN HEMI. BLAHA, GEORGE. BLAKE & GEORGE LILIEHOLM, GARY. BLAKE, ROBERT. BLANDING, JOHN. BLASINSKY, PAUL. BLAST FROM THE PAST STREET RODS. BLATT, LARRY. BLATTNER, STEVEN R. BLEDSOE, JOHN. BLEWETT, GARY. BLOOM, THOMAS R. BLOOMER, BOYD. BLOSE, J A. BLUBAUGH, JODI. BLUE BELL HALL&AUCTN. BLUEGRASS CLASSIC. BOARDMAN, JOHN. BOB COSSELLS MUSTANG.. BOB HOOK CHEVROLET. BOB PAZ SIGN SHOP. BOBS BIRD HOUSE. BOBS CHEVY PARTS. BOBS T-BIRDS. BOCKIN, VINCENT. BODGAN COLLISION. BOGER, MARK. BOHRER, JAMES. BOLDOSSER, DENNIS. BOLLER, JEFF. BONDED MOTOR SALES. BONENBLUST, COLETTE D. BONNER, RUSSELL J. BONO, STEPHEN. BOOHER, RON. BORKOWSKI, DAVID. BORZAGE, CARL F. BOTH, ROY. BOTTE, FRANK. BOVE AUTOMOTIVE & RESTORATION. BOVINO, TONY. BOW TIE REPRODUCTIONS. BOWEN, LES. BOWEN, WILLIAM J. BOWERMASTER, ROBERT. BOWLING, HARLOWE.
KILL DEVIL HILLS, NC. NT8 ABBOTTSTOWN, PA.NH23 SANFORD, ME. CC147, NK6 SANFORD, ME. CB181 SELINSGROVE, PA. M18-19 MT PLEASANT MILLS, PA. IF19-20 JOHNSTOWN, PA. CB139 WAUSEON, OH. IK38-39 HADDAM, CT. L88-89, M90-91 CANANDAIGUA, NY.IG84-85 UXBRIDGE, MA. L167-169 WINDSOR LOCKS, CT. IM7-9 LEMOYNE, PA. CC41 BUTLER, PA. CC124 RICHMOND, VA. NA37 MORGANTOWN, WV. CA23-24, CA47-48, R23-25 DALTON, MA. CD163-164 PITTSBURGH, PA. DA5, DA7, DA9 ST JOHNSBURY, VT. NX52-56 LEBANON, PA. G5-11 SHENANDOAH, PA. CD258-259 GAMBRILLS, MD. E12 HOLYOKE, MA.CD34 MONTROSE, PA.IG65-66 GASPORT, NY. IC52-53, NM46 GASPORT, NY. NM45 GREENCASTLE, PA.NU5, NV4 CARLISLE, PA. CE23 CLINTON TWP, MI. C46-49 FRANKFORT, NY. CC479 MARCELLUS, NY.CB64-65, CB86 OAKVILLE, CT. O144 MILLSTONE TWP, NJ.CB67, H85-86 GAYLORDSVILLE, CT. NK27-30 BURLINGTON, NC.MIDWAY SCOTT DEPOT, WV.L197-198, M198-199 GROTON, NY.CC204-205 LA GRANGE, IL.MIDWAY MECHANICSBURG, PA.CC422-424 WATSONTOWN, PA. C24-26 LEBANON, PA.IH46-49 GARDNER, MA.NG72 ARUNDEL, ME. CB157 LEWISBERRY, PA. P55 PENRYN, CA.CC526-527 GREENSBURG, PA. C16 PORTLAND, PA.K110-111 PIQUA, OH.IH26-28 LEWISBURG, PA. CA269-272, CA297, CA299-300 ALTON, NH. CD287-288 DURHAM, NC. CA190 LITITZ, PA. NO7 FLUSHING, NY.IB78-83, NA94-96 SEWELL, NJ.D112-115, E115-117 GASTONIA, NC. E65 FAIRPORT, NY. D78-79 CARMICHAELS, PA. H90-92, ND8-10 POTTSTOWN, PA. G114-117 COATESVILLE, PA. IG17 HIGH RIDGE, MO. CA275 SOUTHFIELD, MI. BT79-81, G138 WINDSOR, NY. Q83-84 PAWLING, NY. CA292 BUNKER HILL, WV. NA75-76 LEBANON, PA. NK37-39 CHAMBERSBURG, PA.L11-12 STOYSTOWN, PA. IL29-32 FRANKLIN, KY. IJ109-111 POTTSVILLE, PA.NJ34-35 CONNELLSVILLE, PA. CD320-321,350,352-353,. L56-62, M58, P95-96,111-112 LOUISVILLE, KY.J31-33 WEST CHESTER, PA. C19-22 SMYRNA, DE. NE18-19, NF18-22 MIDDLEFIELD, OH. H1-6, HH1 FORT LAUDERDALE, FL. Q44, QA44 NEWTOWN, PA. NT46-50 BUFFALO, NY. A72 STOKESDALE, NC.D71 SHEPHERDSTOWN, WV. CC207 HARRISBURG, PA. K42-43 BALTIMORE, MD. NS16 FULTON, NY. CD218-219, CD254-255, CD285 WEBSTER, NY.H70 MECHANICSVILLE, MD. NB50-51 BOUCKVILLE, NY. G55-57 SALTSBURG, PA.IF1-2 WASHINGTON, PA. NW24-26 WINDSOR, CT. CC400 HAMBURG, NY. NY5-6 BALDWIN, NY.L63-64 AVONDALE, PA. R44 SCOTIA, NY. CB155, CC140 N RIDGEVILLE, OH. NB7-8 MARCO ISLAND, FL.IM90-91 DILLSBURG, PA. CA155 CARLISLE, PA. I78-81 RIDGEWAY, VA. CC480
E & G AUTOMOTIVE. EAGER, RALPH T. EAGLE EQUIPMENT. EARDLEY, BRIAN. EARLBECK CORVETTES. EARLY FORD STORE,THE. EARSING, THOMAS. EAST COAST BOLTS. EASTERN CHEVY CLASSICS ECKELBERGER, GARY. ECKENROD, HOWDY. ECKERT, DAVE. ECKERT, PATRICK S. ECONO-TRAILER. EDDIES AUTO SALES. EDEN, RICK. EDGEWORTH. EDMANSON, GARY. EDWARDS, AL. RUMFORD, RI. KITTERY, ME. GREENSBORO, NC. ELMWOOD PARK, NJ BALTIMORE, MD. SPRINGFIELD, OH. N TONAWANDA, NY. WINCHESTER, VA. TIMBERLAKE, NC. SOUTHINGTON, OH. EBENSBURG, PA. EDISON, NJ. MOUNTVILLE, PA. CLAYSBURG, PA. YORK, PA. BELLAIRE, OH. ORLEAN, VA. ELKTON, MD. NIAGARA FALLS, ON. T9-11. K63-67.MIDWAY. NB35-36. R45-50.Q25-32,34-37, QA25-32,34-37.CD37. F26-27. D58-60. L178-180. II19-21. E66. ND28, NE37. IK28-34. CA259-262, CA294. CA206-208, CA243. IJ25, IK22-24. II101-105.NO68
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EICHELBERGER, KENNETH. EISENHART, ROBERT E. ELDRIDGE, CURT. ELKINS, EDDIE. ELLIS, MAURICE. ELLIS, PAUL. EMERY, ROBERT. EMIGH, JIM & KATHY. ENCKS CAR STORE, GARY. ENDERS, JANET. ENDLESS CREATIONS. ENGINEERED COMPONENTS INC. ENGLERT, LAUREL. ENTERPRISES OF ELEGANCE INC EPPYS TOOL & EQUIPMENT. ERA REPLICA AUTOMOBILES. ERB, WILLIAM E. ERDEY, ALEXANDER. ERRANTE, JOSEPH. ERRICK, KENNETH. ERTEL, PAUL. ESCH, DAVID. ESCH, DAVID. ESHELMAN, RONNY & PATSY. ESTELL, JOHN. ESTEP, ROGER & SANDRA. ESTRADA, RANDAL. EVANS, BILL. EWING, BILL. EY, BILL. EYMAN, DOUG.
HUNTINGTON, PA. YORK, PA. GREENFIELD, IN. LOUISVILLE, KY. S HOLLAND, IL. SEYMOUR, TN. THOMASTON, ME. FALLS CREEK, PA. COOPERSTOWN, NY. POTTSVILLE, PA. PEORIA, AZ. VERNON ROCKVILLE, CT COLUMBIA, CT. SELINSGROVE, PA. BROOKLYN, NY. NEW BRITAIN, CT. MILTON, PA. CLEVELAND, OH. DIX HILLS, NY. PARAMUS, NJ. TONAWANDA, NY. BARNEVELD, NY. PITTSBURGH, PA. CARLISLE, PA. TOMS RIVER, NJ. LEWISBERRY, PA. BUCYRUS, OH. ERIE, PA. WEST CHESTER, PA. CONOWINGO, MD. LANCASTER, PA.
.CC311-312. CD103. J160-161, K162. NA70-71.CD27. D69-70, F9-13. CD256. CC235 CA166-167, CA240, CA314. CD44-45. IB67-69.IH11-15. C37. IC64-65.IA4-5. CA184-185, CA222-223. M185-186. NP37-40. CC27. F22-23. CC26. NM7. CC509. N73-74. IA99-100. CC275.IH50-52. NF59-60.M39. CD224-225. IK48
FABBRICOTTI, JOE. FAGAN, KEVIN. FAHAD, GEORGE. FAHR, BLAINE. FAHR, BLAINE. FAILOR, DAVE. FAIRFIELD DODGE. FAIRLANE ASSOCIATES. FAIRLANE COMPANY. FAIRVIEW MOTORS. FALCON ENTERPRISES. FALKNER, ARTHUR. FARNELL, ROBERT. FARRIS, RALPH. FAT GUY CLASSICS. FATSCO TRANSMISSION WRHS. FEAR, KEVIN. FEATHER, RANDY. FEDEX AUTO TRANSPORT. FEESER, DANIEL. FEGAN, EDWARD. FEGELY, C W. FELIP, JAMES B. FELTON, MACEO N & PATRICIA. FEN ENTERPRISES OF NY. FENOS THUNDERBIRD. FENZEL, MARK. FERN, PHIL. FERRANTE, RUSSELL. FERRIGNO, ANTHONY. FERRIS, ROBERT E. FERRON, JAMES. FESS, DAVID. FESS, TIM. FETTER, JAMES. FIBELKORN, GILBERT. FIBERCONCEPTS. FICKEN WIPER SERVICE. FICORELLI, RALPH. FIELDS, CHARLES. FIELDS, CHARLES. FIES, HARRY L. FIGLER, RAYMOND. FIGOLI, MICHAEL. FINE LINES. FINELLI, JOHN. FINK, JOHN. FIRST CLASSICS. FIRST PLACE AUTO. FIRST PLACE AUTO LLC. FISCHER, ED. FISCHER, FRED. FISHER, DON. FISHER, LARRY. FISHER, ROBERT. FISHER, ROBERT G & FAITH. FISKE, RON. FISSEL, JOHN. FITCH, FREDERICK. FLAGLER & HENNIE SPYKERS, ROBERT FLAHERTY JR, JOHN E. FLAMING RIVER INDUSTRIES, INC. FLASH BACK F-100S. FLASH CARDS INC. FLINCHBAUGH II, GLENN.. MENDON, MA. N128-129 WAYLAND, MA. CD87-88 COLONIA, NJ. NM41-42 HOLLIDAYSBURG, PA. F74-75 DUNCANSVILLE, PA. F76-77 SHERMANSDALE, PA.CC516-517 MUNCY, PA.MIDWAY SEVERNA PARK, MD. IJ30-32 LAKE LEELANAU, MI. G119-122 YORK, PA.P140-142 N HIGHLANDS, CA.P185-188 CONOWINGO, MD. D7-10 POCONO MANOR, PA. NJ32 CAPE ELIZABETH, ME.CB119-120 BLOOMFIELD, NY. CC373 PINE BROOK, NJ. A53-54, IA51 WATERTOWN, NY.CC369-371 OSTERBURG, PA. IO32 MARYLAND HEIGHTS, MO. AT THE AUCTION ABBOTTSTOWN, PA. CC456 BRADFORD, MA. N86-87 OLEY, PA.IG80-83 ANDOVER, NY. CC339 ST MARYS, GA. I26-31 WAPPINGERS FALLS, NY.A104-105 FARMINGTON, CT.P195-196 MILLERSVILLE, MD. Q71-73 PLEASANT VLY, NY.CB242-244 DOWNINGTOWN, PA. CD154-155 JOHNSON CITY, NY. NW61-62 POUGHKEEPSIE, NY. CB5-6, CB30 PITTSFIELD, MA. CC186 HONEOYE FALLS, NY. IN8 HONEOYE FALLS, NY. IL10-11 MT CARMEL, PA. IL81 MORRISVILLE, NC. IL85 WARMINSTER, PA. J202-204 W BABYLON, NY. I102-105 SAG HARBOR, NY. CE17 NEWTON FALLS, OH.CD77 PLYMOUTH MEETING, PA. IL52 LEBANON, PA.CD145, CD147-148, G96-100 BRIDGEWATER, NJ. CC138 BRIDGTON, ME. CC291 WADSWORTH, OH. IB13-16 CARLISLE, PA. CC244, NJ4-5 W BABYLON, NY. CA156 YARMOUTH PORT, MA.CB247-248, CC466-467 NORTH CANTON, OH. NH10-11 EATONTOWN, NJ. I47-49 LITCHFIELD, CT. CA187 COLD SPRING, KY. IK104-105 PITTSBURGH, PA. IF11-12 BOONTON, NJ. A55, IA52-53 TOLLAND, CT. CC219, IF31-35 SILVER SPRING, MD. B71-73 N SCITUATE, RI. CC431 HOLLIDAYSBURG, PA.E102-104 OLD SAYBROOK, CT.IF3-4 WARMINSTER, PA. CA170 SEWICKLEY, PA. CC160 BEREA, OH.MIDWAY REIDSVILLE, NC. NQ20-25 MANCHESTER, NH. BT52-53, K73-74 YORK, PA.N41
T & D TOWING CORPORATION. GLEN COVE, NY. T & G CAR SALES. SHIPPENSBURG, PA. T & N MFG CO INC. DAVIDSON, NC. T CHRISTYS AUTO. JOHNSTOWN, PA. T N T TIRES & WHEELS. BALTIMORE, MD. TAGSRUS. CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. TAKATS, THOMAS. LAKE GROVE, NY. TALBOT, WILLIAM. MOODUS, CT. TALLEY, WAYNE. DANVILLE, VA. TALLMAN, DOUGLAS. MORAVIA, NY. TAMS MODEL A PARTS. WEST BOYLSTON, MA. TAMS, DON. YARDLEY, PA. TASKEY, WILLIAM. STANARDSVILLE, VA. TAUNTON FORGE WHOLESALE. MEDFORD, NJ. TAYLOR, BEANNIE. ORIENT, OH. TAYLOR, DAVID. MERRIMACK, NH. TAYLOR, GARRY. FINCASTLE, VA. TAYLOR, WILLIAM A. SEVERN, MD. T-BIRDS.COM. KUTZTOWN, PA. TEE-BIRD PRODUCT. EXTON, PA. TEMPLE, CARL. BURLINGTON, NC. TENTA, R M. SHIPPENSBURG, PA. TERRYS USED CARS. THREE SPRINGS, PA. TEXAS INDEPENDENT TOOL SALES. DRUMS, PA. THAYERS AUTO. EDWARDS, NY. THE BODY SHOP. PHILADELPHIA, PA. THE PADDOCK PERFORMANCE & RESTO. PARTS. KNIGHTSTOWN, IN. THEOBALD JR, CHARLES. MT LAUREL, NJ. THIBODEAU, JOHN. CUMBERLAND, RI. IC62-63.CD10 D21-22, E22-24. CD298. B10-12. D67-68. CC332. CD160. N180-183. NC42. II62-63. NA97-98. D62-66.B6-9, IF70-74. CD331. CC83. NK64-68. NO34-35.P105-106. K88-90.CD53. NT36-37. H76-81. F53-55. CD125-127. J25. NN62, T3-7. I4-6. H109
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THOMAS, ARLISS. THOMAS, CHUCK. THOMAS, JEFF. THOMAS, KENNETH. THOMAS, RICHARD. THOMAS, SARAH. THOMAS, TAD. THOMASSEN, PAUL. THOMPSON ASTRO TOPS. THOMPSON, CHESTER. THOMPSON, SCOTT. THROCKMORTON, ERNIE. THRUSH, BILL. THUERCK JR, JOHN W. THUNDERBIRDS EAST. TIG LTD/COVER-UP ENTERPRS. TILLMAN, HARRY. TIMOSZYK, THOMAS & STEPHEN. TINGLER, PARKER. TINOZZI, MARCO. TIOGA STAINLESS. TIP SHOW SALES INC. TNT ENGINEERING. TOBEY, DUANE. TOLINO JR, HENRY. TOM MACK CLASSIC AUTO. TOMLINSON, JOHN. TOMMYS TRAILERS. TOMS NOVAS ETC. TONY MILEY AUTOBODY. TOOL SHED OF AMERICA. TOOMEYS AUTO SALES. TOP INTERNATIONAL. TOPINKA RESTORATIONS. TOTALLY STAINLESS INC. TOTALLY TOOLS. TOWLE, ED. TOYS AND THINGS. TOYS WITH WHEELS. TRACY, CLAYTON. TRADER TOMS TREASURES. TRAILER WORLD INC. TRANS OCEAN AUTO INC. TRANSPORT DESIGNS INC. TRAUTMAN, BILL. TRAUTWEIN, WALTER. TRAYER, PAUL. TREPP, ROB. TRESSLER, JAMES. TRI 5 CLASSICS OF MICHIGAN. TRI-CITY PLATING. TRIM PARTS INC. TRIVETT, MRS DON. TROMBLEY, WILLIAM. TROUT SR, DAVID. TROUT, T N. TROVATO, TOM. TRUCK GRAPHICS & RACKS, INC. TRUCK SHOP, THE. TRUCK SHOP, THE. TRUNZO, JAMES. TRUXAL, MICHAEL. TSOMBANIS, CHRISTOPHER. TUBBS AUTO PARTS INC. TUCKER, CHRISTOPHER. TUNNELL, BRUCE. TURNER JR, HAMPTON J. TWILLEY, CARL. TWIN OAKS SERVICES. TWITCHELL, RICHARD. TYLEE, TOMMY. TYLER, DR JOHN. TYLER, WAYNE. TYSON, GEORGE.
HANOVER, PA.CC273-274 GRASS LAKE, MI. IK107-109 KENT, OH. CD102 GRAMPIAN, PA. E51-53 CORTLANDT, NY. CC73 ROANOKE RAPIDS, NC. II25-26 GREENCASTLE, PA. NC20-21 BELTSVILLE, MD. IG111-113 FLORENCE, AL. Q108-109 WEIR, PQ. P1 NEW CONCORD, OH. CA62-63 NEWPORT NEWS, VA.IN12-14 QUAKERTOWN, PA. I57 DEPEW, NY. CD128 W CHESTER, PA. P34-35, P79-83 BLUE BELL, PA. M187-188 ASTON, PA. IJ102-103 WAYNE, MI. F49-52 COVINGTON, VA. CB176 SYRACUSE, NY. CC38-39, NO3-4, NP5-6 BURLINGTON, VT.IG69-72 CANFIELD, OH. MN1, N1-6, O1-8 LEESPORT, PA.MIDWAY PITTSTON, ME. CE47 PERRYOPOLIS, PA. G42, H44 PROSPERITY, SC. CA175-180, CA211-214 NEW MARKET, MD. CD156 ADA, OK.CC296-301, CC342-345 MCVEYTOWN, PA. NY1-2, NY4 CHAMBERSBURG, PA. CD209, CD240, NV25-28 MIDDLETOWN, PA. NV43-48 MANCHESTER, PA. NM25-26 BEDFORD, NH.IO51-52 RINGWOOD, NJ. C56 GETTYSBURG, PA. NG14-17 DEPEW, NY.A69-71, IA67-69 LAMBERTVILLE, NJ. D54-55, E56-57 LITITZ, PA. IM97-98, L190 CARLISLE, PA. A85-90 ASHBY, MA. IG7-8 ST LEONARD, MD. NQ1-2, NR6-8, NR10, NS4-5 BOWLING GREEN, KY. J186, K181-187 FLEMINGTON, NJ. CD104-105, CD236-237, NR20-21 MONTOURSVILLE, PA. IJ61-64 PITTSBURGH, PA.IC1-4 EAGLE BRIDGE, NY. A43-44 BOILING SPRINGS, PA. H35-36 MILLBURN, NJ. CC404 RED LION, PA. IJ29, IK27 PONTIAC, MI. D121-124 ELIZABETHON, TN. IN74-77, IO62-70 LEBANON, OH. IO6-7 GOODLETTSVILL, TN. O27-30 HARRISBURG, PA. CE55 WIRTZ, VA.CB224-225 MECHANICSBURG, PA. NK40-41, NK43 WILLIAMSBURG, VA.II29 GAITHERSBURG, MD. NX39-40 ORANGE, CA. IB27-43 CROSSVILLE, TN. CC9, CC56-57, H59, I63-66 BELLEVUE, PA. CA28-31 PT CRANE, NY. CD228 HUNTINGTON ST, NY. ND3-4 NORFOLK, VA. N114-115 N TONAWANDA, NY. CB220 ROANOKE, VA. CB89-90 ROANOKE, VA. L162-165 WILMINGTON, DE. NS19 MATAWAN, NJ.D53 WILLISTON, VT.NG32 ALEXANDRIA, VA. IK40-41 WESTMINSTER, MD. CE22 MONTPELIER, VA. NE11-13 ENOLA, PA.IO33-34
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. NB7-8. A6-11, IA6-9. M133-134. NG1-3, NH1. O145-147, P164-170, R51-52.IG86-89.P122-125. NO51-57, NP53-59. N174-179.NT21, NU22-25. I44-46. CA44, K8-11.IH33-36. NX24-27, NY26-27. IJ7-10. II118-119. IA101-103. NN53-55
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QUANTA PRODUCTS LLC. RISING SUN, MD. L99-104, M104-105 FAN BELTS LICENSED REPROD 8002358788
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REDMAN ENTERPRISES INC. 16 NEON CLOCKS, ALSO WITH SHEPHERD, BILL. SHEPERD RESTORATION AUTO
. BRYCEVILLE, FL.K155-161 YOUR CAR IN 1. RIDGELEY, WV. NT18-20 RELATED CLOCKS
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CHRYSLER CLASSIC CARS & PARTS
. N160-167.NA182-185.NT21, NU22-25. II118-119
METRO MOLDED PARTS INC. COON RAPIDS, MN.NT21, NU22-25 800-878-2237 WWW.METROMMP.COM
L T W COMPANY. BROOKLYN, NY. IL36-39 718-643-1000 STRAIT, ROBERT. N HUNTINGDON, PA. IB87-89 SWITCHES,RELAYS,VOLT REG,BRUSHES,SENDERS YURGA, DANIEL. JACKSON, NJ. P38-40 IGNITION HEAD LIGHT SWITCHES BULBS MORE
FUSICK AUTO PRODS INC. EAST WINDSOR, CT 1935-77 OLDSMOBILE RESTORATION PARTS L T CLASSIC AUTO PARTS. HILTON, NY. 442 GTO CHEVELLE CAMARO IMPALA MOPAR METRO MOLDED PARTS INC. COON RAPIDS, MN. 800-878-2237 WWW.METROMMP.COM STANLEY, CRAIG. W HEMPSTEAD, NY. BRAKES-MSTR&WHL CYLS,FRONT END,MMS,FPS +
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RESTORATION SPEC & SUPPLY. WINDBER, PA. O190, O195-200, Q76-81 ALL MAKES & YEARS 814-467-9842
D & M RESTORATION. GREENVILLE, SC. BT35 CLOCK RESTO, DANDMRESTORATION.COM FORSYTH RESTORATIONS OLE DOC CLOCK.WINSTON SALEM, NC. IE28-29 CLOCKS & RADIOS 1-336-659-4420 OLDS, ROBERT A. TALLMADGE, OH. NA47-48 CLOCKS REPAIRED,CUSTOM MADE & ORIGINAL
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FIND THE ROW LETTER OR BUILDING ABBREVIATION AND SPACE NUMBERS ON THE MAP IN CENTERFOLD TO LOCATE ANY VENDOR. 181 EXHAUST SYSTEMS 202 FORD GALAXIE
PYPES PERFORMANCE EXHAUST. HATFIELD, PA. P25-30 STAINLESS MANDREL BENT EXHAUST SYSTEMS SOUTH STATE SPEED SHOP. S HACKENSACK, NJ. M123-125, N125-126 JET HOT COATINGS 201-498-1555 AUTO BODY SPECIALTIES. MIDDLEFIELD, CT.NI61-67 63-72 BODY PARTS CALL 888-277-1960 CLASSIC HEATERS & RADIATORS. FARMINGDALE, NY. M133-134 RADIATORS NEW & RECORED 516-293-2175 METRO MOLDED PARTS INC. COON RAPIDS, MN.NT21, NU22-25 800-878-2237 WWW.METROMMP.COM
FENDERS FORD 1903-1927 FORD 1928-1931
BOW TIE REPRODUCTIONS. N RIDGEVILLE, OH. NB7-8 29-32 CAR 28-36 CHEVY TRUCK STEEL FENDER
EARLY FORD STORE,THESPRINGFIELD, OH. Q25-32, Q34-37, QA25-32, QA34-37 1928-56 ORIGINAL FORD PARTS 800-543-5035 KELTON JR, CLYDE B. WAYLAND, MA. G86-90 MODEL A FORD CHASSIS BODY & TRIM PARTS METRO MOLDED PARTS INC. COON RAPIDS, MN.NT21, NU22-25 800-878-2237 WWW.METROMMP.COM WILLIAMS ANTIQUES, TIM. MEYERSDALE, PA. H82-84 BODIES,DOORS,HOODS FNDRS ENG TRANS WHEEL
AUTO BODY SPECIALTIES. MIDDLEFIELD, CT.NI61-67 1948-PRESENT WWW.AUTOBODYSPECIALT.COM EARLY FORD STORE,THESPRINGFIELD, OH. Q25-32, Q34-37, QA25-32, QA34-37 1928-56 ORIGINAL FORD PARTS 800-543-5035 HOT RODS CLASSIC TRUCK PARTS. NEW CARLISLE, OH. NM35 48-56 FORD TRUCK PARTS 1-800-236-0046 METRO MOLDED PARTS INC. COON RAPIDS, MN.NT21, NU22-25 800-878-2237 WWW.METROMMP.COM
FUEL INJECTION UNITS/PARTS
BASIC AUTO SUPPLY. NEW BETHLEHEM, PA. NZ28-32 FUEL HOSES, HOSE CLAMPS, FILTERS 814-256-3507 DEGREGORY, JOHN. GREENSBURG, PA.L90-92 CORVETTE FUELINJECTION 57-65PARTS UNITS
. M133-134 QA25-32, QA34-37.NT21, NU22-25. H82-84
.IM42-47. M123-125, N125-126. II118-119. I67, I70-71. P38-40
CLASSIC HEATERS & RADIATORS. FARMINGDALE, NY. RAIDATORS NEW & RECORED 516-293-2175 EARLY FORD STORE,THESPRINGFIELD, OH. Q25-32, Q34-37, 1928-56 ORIGINAL FORD PARTS 800-543-5035 METRO MOLDED PARTS INC. COON RAPIDS, MN. 800-878-2237 WWW.METROMMP.COM WILLIAMS ANTIQUES, TIM. MEYERSDALE, PA. BODIES,DOORS,HOODS,FNDRS,ENG,TRANS WHEEL
FORD 1954 AND UP
.NI61-67. M133-134. E13-15. IH100-101.NT21, NU22-25. K52-54. II118-119
PLASKAN, JOHN. ONEONTA, NY. FUEL PUMPS+KITS+ELECTRIC PUMPS+REBUILDIN SOUTH STATE SPEED SHOP. S HACKENSACK, NJ. PRODUCT ENGINEERING SYSTEMS 201-498-1555 STANLEY, CRAIG. W HEMPSTEAD, NY. NEW&NOS-MANY NEW CHEAPER THAN REBUILTS WOLF, BOB. GREENMOUNTAIN, NC. MECH & ELEC PUMPS, H20 PUMPS OUTLETS YURGA, DANIEL. JACKSON, NJ. FUEL PUMPS FILTERS DASHPOTS CHOKE PARTS
AUTO BODY SPECIALTIES. MIDDLEFIELD, CT. 1954-UP PARTS AUTOBODYSPECIALT.COM CLASSIC HEATERS & RADIATORS. FARMINGDALE, NY RADIATORS NEW & RECORED 516-293-2175 LEGENDARY THUNDERBIRD PRT. GREENLAWN, NY. 55-57 T-BIRD PARTS 631-757-9476 NEW&USED LYLE, KEN. BRIDGEPORT, WV. BUY & SELL FORD PARTS&CARS MERCURY METRO MOLDED PARTS INC. COON RAPIDS, MN 800-878-2237 WWW.METROMMP.COM SCHERMERHORN, ROBERT. GHENT, NY. 1954-57 FORD PARTS NEW&USED 518-392-2472 STANLEY, CRAIG. W HEMPSTEAD, NY 1939-1973 BRAKES,DRUMS,ROTORS,FRONT END
GAS STATION ITEMS/PUMPS/GLOBES
. II110-112. NU47-50. F85-88.IG48-54. NX7-9, NY7-8
ALLEN OIL SALES. YORK, PA. SIGNS,CANS,NEW LUBRICATION EQUIPMENT DINSMORE, JOHN. LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, PA R AND K AIR METER PARTS & RESTORATIONS PAST GAS CO. COCOA, FL. OLD GAS PUMPS & RESTORATION PARTS POWERS, ROY. FABIUS, NY. PUMPS SIGNS PARTS VINTAGE TIN ADVERTISING. BRIGHTON, MI. VINTAGE TIN GAS STATION LIGHTS POLES
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JIM CARTERS CLASSIC TRUCK PARTS. INDEPENDENCE, MO. H62-67 1934-72 GMC BEST QUALITY 800-842-1913 METRO MOLDED PARTS INC. COON RAPIDS, MN.NT21, NU22-25 800-878-2237 WWW.METROMMP.COM
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Chip Miller, co-founder of Carlisle Events died in March 2004 of complications related to Amyloidosis. Chip may have been diagnosed earlier and still be with us today had awareness of the disease been greater. Amyloidosis is a disease caused by the abnormal accumulation of protein molecules in body tissues. Signs and symptoms depend on the organs affected. The wide range of signs and symptoms makes it difficult to diagnose, and there may even be no symptoms. Some signs and symptoms may include: Swelling of ankles and legs Shortness of breath Numbness/tingling in hands/feet Abnormal protein in urine Severe fatigue Enlarged tongue Irregular heartbeat Difficulty swallowing Skin changes Diarrhea Weakness
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CARLISLE HIGH SCHOOL BAND BOOSTERS
Located in the Food Court, their selections include egg, bacon and ham breakfast sandwiches and platters, hamburgers, hot dogs, pork barbecue, French fries, soups and pizza as well as apple dumplings and soft pretzels.
CARMANY S DOUBLE TWIST
Located in Building T, they offer handrolled soft pretzels, homemade lemonade and sun-brewed ice tea.
Located in the Food Court and in stands throughout the fairgrounds, they offer breakfast, lunch and dinner. Phone 243-0513
CHESTER FRIED CHICKEN
Located in the Food Court, they feature fried chicken.
CUMBERLAND VALLEY CONCESSIONS
Located in a trailer on Dukes Blvd. north of the trees and on top of the largest hill on grounds. They feature slow-cooked smoked pit beef or ham and also offer breakfast sandwiches, fresh-cut fries, chicken breast fillets, Italian sausage, hot dogs, hamburgers and more. Spring and Fall shows only.
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LUXIE S SWEET TOOTH
Located across from the Food Court and elsewhere on grounds, they offer cookies, candy, Smitties Soft Pretzels and more.
SPRING CARLISLE APRIL 27 - MAY 1 2011
Located in the Food Court, they offer Black Angus hamburgers, fresh-cut fries and more.
TEXAS TOM BARBEQUE
They feature turkey BBQ, turkey legs and other burgers and great milkshakes in the Car Corral during Spring and Fall and on Dukes Blvd. across from the Picnic Area during other events.
SHERRI S FUN FOODS
They are located in the North Field by the Turnpike, during Spring and Fall only, and feature crab cakes and shrimp on a stick.
SNYDER FAMILY CONCESSIONS
Located at Spaces ID 1-2 and CA 118-119, they offer pizza and funnel cakes.
STOLTZFUS PA DUTCH FOODS
Located in the Food Court, they feature ham and cheese sandwiches (add egg for breakfast), pot pie and homemade soups.
Located at Gate 3, they offer fresh sandwiches, cookies and Hersheys Ice Cream.
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