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CR-H100 CD/Tuner/ Amplifier. New about 5 years ago. Tuner won't retain presets. Despite following manual's instructions on both auto and manual tuning, the preferred programme settings are almost always lost when set turned off at the mains, even for a very short period. It then reverts to some presets of many years ago. Any ideas? Thanks! Martin

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These resceivers have a bulit-in device to retain some electricity to feed backup memory. It can be a battery or a capacitor and I think they have reached their time to be replaced.

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