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Radio won't work on my Denon Receiver

My radio on my Denon receiver is not working. All the other components connected to the receiver work fine. When i turn the radio on it won't lock into a channel. When i auto scan for a channel it just keeps going around and won't pick up any channel. it is almost like the antennae isn't working or picking up any signal. Does anyone know how to fix this or whether it is even worth fixing?

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  • Craig Ekstrom Jul 23, 2007

    I tried using wire and it still doesn't work. Even in mono mode i can't pick up any channels. Any other advice?

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Hook up a Small piece of wire Coming off the #00 ohm input for ant also put it in Mono mode first and you should be able to Hear Hiss Then tune Let me Know ttech

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