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Grundig satellite 800, when tuning with the dial the frecuency displaed jump back several khz.

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SOURCE: Grundig Satellit 800 display problem

HI,
THAT IS COMMON WITH PLL TUNERS THAT THE SLIGHTESS
TWEAK ON THE TUNING KNOB WOULD MAKE THE DISPLAY MOVE .COMMON ON DIGTAL PLL TUNERS........

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SOURCE: Grundig Satellit 800 LCD display doesn't work correctly

If the radio uses memory batteries, try changing these with new alkalines. The microprocessor needs this power to drive the display.

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SOURCE: grundig satellit 800 antenna replacement

Assuming its broken outside the unit: most aerials are very similar to fit, serving the exact same function and not worth the cost of locating the exact same one used for your model due to time, and purchase costs.
Find an old transitor radio with similar sized aerial, ie length and diameter to fit your radio. Measure it and the replacement from an old radio you or a friend does not need.
Purchase a small screwdriver to remove and refit aerial to your grundig. Small sets of screwdrivers can be bought cheaply from discount stores, ebay etc.

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This is valid for the Satellit 750 by Eton (current owner of Grundig)
When you use it the first time you go through a system code setting to fix the memory page configuration, the AM gap between stations, the type of batteries and FM frequency range.
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Turn Radio off and press a quick short press on the ENTER Button. -- appears on the upper right corner of the display
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If the radio uses memory batteries, try changing these with new alkalines. The microprocessor needs this power to drive the display.

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HI,
THAT IS COMMON WITH PLL TUNERS THAT THE SLIGHTESS
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