Question about Audio Players & Recorders
It is fixable, but it would require a service center to fix it. The internal antenna is not the problem, if it was bad it would not tune any stations at all, not just lower frequencies. The tuner has a problem, may need to be replaced, but it may just need some solder connections resoldered since you did mention a move. When you move, it is a very likely scenerio that the electronics could get bumped around a little. This can cause some connections to break inside the unit.
A repair would cost you from $75 all the way up to $200. No way to know for sure how much without troubleshooting the unit myself to determain the exact cause of the problem. If this unit is not worth that kind of money to repair you would be better served to just get a new one. No sense in throwing good money after bad!!!!
I hope that you have found this information help, and if so a good rating would be very much appreciated.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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