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I have a SANYO AWM-1900U CD player/stereo where I get no AM or FM reception(no static or nothing!)but the CD player works fine. Speaker wires are connected properly I just get Zip from the tuner???

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You might have to invest in a proper ariel not the kind you get that you stick on the wall but a proper FM one that sits in your loft on on your roof. Hope this helps.

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