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Sony cdx ca650x has no audio output from tuner, CD is OK

My Sony CDX-CA650X has no audio output from the tuner (AM or FM), yet the CD output is just fine. Any idea of what is going on? I have ATT (whatever that is) turned off.

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Tuner might be defective , check to see if tuning voltage varies

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