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Sanyo Car stereo fm doesnt work

When switching on my sanyo in Extreme cold conditions, the Fm works for a while but fades away until it becomes completely quiet, the AM and cassette player works fine. In warm condition the FM doesn't work at all.

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There is a broken solder joint on the board inside and the temperature effect is causing the minute flexation of the broken solder, acting as a bad switch.

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