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Radio Dies with Noise

After about 15 minutes the radio completely goes crazy and just spits out loud static. Turning it off/on will correct the problem but after only a couple minutes it comes back. Maybe something inside is overheating? Anyone know how to open one of these up to check? Or know where I could get a service manual?

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