Question about Harman Kardon AVR 230 Receiver
This reciver has an RF FET front end. Most manuafacturers use a tuner assembly built by another company. These front ends on these tuner assemblies do go bad from time to time, and sometimes is caused by excessive static electricity. The cost to replace and or repair this front end assembly, will most likly exceed the cost of a new unit, unless you really like it. What I have seen a few people do is buy an inexpensive reciver or tuner, and use one of the unused inputs to play the AM/FM through the reciver that does not work on the tuning. Good Luck Please dont forget to rate this thread.
Posted on Dec 11, 2006
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