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Does anyone have a wharfedale car stereo?

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Found 11th Jun 2014
I've just bought a second hand Wharfedale WH180 and don't have a user manual for it. After extensive Googling the www is bringing up nothing!
Would be very appreciative of anyone who could scan it so I don't have to spend hours and hours working out how to use the many functions!

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Do you have kids, just let them fiddle for 5 mins then they will know every function and can show you

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bit of a long shot, but someone on the site below offered to email the manual to someone else, if your lucky they still have the same email address and file
howtomendit.com/ans…149

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whatsThePoint

bit of a long shot, but someone on the site below offered to email the … bit of a long shot, but someone on the site below offered to email the manual to someone else, if your lucky they still have the same email address and file :|http://howtomendit.com/answers.php?id=171149



You Google aficionado! I've searched for ages to find any kind of sniff of this... great spot!

Fingers crossed the nice person gets the email I've just sent!
Edited by: "buttonpushervic" 11th Jun 2014

I would contact Argos as they own the brand....

don't think I've still got the manual but I had one of these, if their is anything your having trouble with doing I could try and talk you though it, pairing your phone ect, quite a easy head unit to get your head around

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jimgilroy1

don't think I've still got the manual but I had one of these, if their is … don't think I've still got the manual but I had one of these, if their is anything your having trouble with doing I could try and talk you though it, pairing your phone ect, quite a easy head unit to get your head around



Brilliant thanks. I'm gonna fit it tonight. It looks quite a simple unit to use but we'll soon see once it's powered up!

no problem

BestGear

I would contact Argos as they own the brand....



Mmmmmm no they don't. They 'may' licence the name for use but they certainly do not own the brand Wharfedale. Wharfedale are mainly specialists in audio and hi-fi equipment (not including car stereos).

Argos used to make electronic products under the Wharferdale name, but the speaker side of things was always done by Wharferdale themselves.

According to Wikipediea they stopped manufacturing electronics in 2008 and now just do audio equipment.

Just as well really because their electronics division seemed to just pump out cheap tat and in my eyes it was harming the reputation of the audio/speaker business.

NEtech

Argos used to make electronic products under the Wharferdale name, but … Argos used to make electronic products under the Wharferdale name, but the speaker side of things was always done by Wharferdale themselves.According to Wikipediea they stopped manufacturing electronics in 2008 and now just do audio equipment.Just as well really because their electronics division seemed to just pump out cheap tat and in my eyes it was harming the reputation of the audio/speaker business.



Agreed, I have had Wharefedale stuff since the late nineties and I was amazed when I used to go in Tesco about ten years ago and see dirt cheap widescreen TV's with their name on it. Proper Wharfedale equipment is excellent value for money.
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