Question about Audio Players & Recorders
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
No solution I'm afraid! I have exactly the same problem! Did you work out how to fix it or what? This happened to our radio yesterday and I've pushed every button I can to try and sort it. I know the speaker works and is connected because I can hear a faint buzzing sound when the radio is switched on.
Posted on Oct 31, 2010
I experienced a similar problem some time ago. I thought I was responsible for the problem because I run the radio of a dual voltage shaver socket and accidentally switched the socket output to 110v. From that point on the radio did excactly what you described. I perservered in trying to find out why but to no avail so I abandoned it. Some months later out of curiosity I plugged it, switched it on and it worked perfectly.
Try leaving it unplugged for a few days (which by this time will have already passed). It may just recover like mine did.
Posted on Dec 03, 2010
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