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Sherwood receiver rx-4105 fm doesnt pu any frequency (just static) , am does

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I have a similar problem. I hear static on AM, on FM at full volume I can faintly here the closest FM station to my house . It worked previously, just stopped working. I have the same FM Antennae I used previously still hooked up. I unhooked the antennae and hooked it back up thinking it wasn't making good connection. No luck. It's a Sherwood RX-4105.

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    It works fine with through Auxiliary, CD,VCR.

  • w0lverine Aug 25, 2011

    I no longer have the remote. Is it possible the volume was set so low with the remote, that I need another remote to turn it back up remotely? If so why would all the other functions work at proper volume levels?

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You need to hook an antena to the back of the unit (A peice of speaker will do!) you should see a screw in back of uniGood luck and Thank you for using FixYa.

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  • w0lverine Aug 25, 2011

    I have a similar problem. I hear static on AM, on FM at full volume I can faintly here the closest FM station to my house . It worked previously, just stopped working. I have the same FM Antennae I used previously still hooked up. I unhooked the antennae and hooked it back up thinking it wasn't making good connection. No luck. It's a Sherwood RX- 4105. Add a c

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