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My unit does not work. Is there a fuse that might need replacing.

While operating the unit, I accidently increased the volume to a
loud sound. There was weird noise and the unit went dead. Can
the unit be brought back to life.

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  • vernonhagen Dec 29, 2008

    Model # AWRC1P: Hope this will help in solving
    my problem. VKH

  • vernonhagen Dec 30, 2008

    I no longer have a problem. My wife discovered a loss of electrical supply.

    Thanks for an interest in my problem.
    VKH

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Burnt. Is it still under warranty?

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The short answer is yes. The longer answer will require a bit more info. Most likely either the output transistors have failed or the speaker may have beel blown. It depends upon how loud you made the radio go. If this is the small wave radio, I just took in one for repair and may be able to provide you with more details in a day or so. Stay tuned...

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Please give me the model number?

Posted on Dec 29, 2008

  • ronny2051 Dec 30, 2008

    k..

    the problem is seems like that there is some condenser gone bad because of voltage supply to radio. There are two possible causes—
    1) the main adapter is not working properly.
    2) The power condenser (handle the power voltage supply) gone.
    So, your radio needs a service.
    Thanks

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