If I want to listen to the radio in another room,I'll unplug it from the mains via the 3 Pin plug,move it to another part of the flat,and plug it back in to the wall.
What I get on the screen is a line of black boxes...No message,No info,No sound.If I leave it for a bit ,say 10 minutes THEN plug it back in,in time,I get action.It's ALMOST like the set has to...reset it's self?. I should just add that if I plug it in,and get ZIP,I pull the plug from the back of the unit,and bugger of fer a cuppa.and that SEEMS to do the job...I get a display
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Have you checked the frequency of that Station?
Also check your aerial.
I have also found this: Listeners to DAB digital radio in the Merseyside area will need to retune on Wednesday 20th April following a frequency change that will affect local radio stations.
The local DAB multiplex carrying BBC Merseyside, Radio City 1-3 and Capital Liverpool among others will be moving to a new frequency in order to allow better reception over a wider area. The current frequency will be turned off late on Tuesday 19th April. The new frequency will go live from 6am on Wednesday 20th April, after which listeners will need to rescan their DAB radios in order to continue listening.
You can buy an AC line conditioner, they range from cheap and useless to expensive and exotic, which is able to filter interference coming over the power lines. Simply plug that into the wall, and your radio into the filter, and there should be an improvement.
You can also try plugging the radio into a different outlet, making sure the outlets are wired properly, and try moving the radio to a new location further away from the source(s) of interference.
Don Miller, CET
Private Bose Radio Repair Service
check your power cords, check your outlets, check your surge protector, check the switch on the back of the pc. there may be a black toggle switch with a circle and a line, make sure it's flipped to the line side. if all that is normal, unplug the cord from the computer and open up the case. look at all your power plugs and make sure they're all secure, try and reseat the 1 or 2 main plugs, there should be a rectangular 12 pin plug and maybe a 4 pin plug. unplug them and then plug them back in. put the case back together plug it in, and give it a go. if still nothing then you have to troubleshoot whether the power supply is junk or if your motherboard died. we'll move on to that if it comes up. good luck!
I had the same problem - you can fix with a system reset. Unplug the unit at the wall and wait 2-3 mins, then plug in and switch on while holding the power button - the display will be blank for at first, but will eventually display '---------------------'. Release the power button and switch the unit on as normal. Press the Dab button and the unit will start to auto-search for channels. Give it a few minutes and you'll be back in action :) Chris
The service may not be available in your area. Make sure the headphones are connected to the player when searching for radio stations: Here's pg 15 of the user manual:
FM Radio (if applicable)
player includes an integrated FM radio for listening to live broadcast FM
stations. Please note that the FM Radio function may not be available in your region.
Listening to FM Radio
To listen to live broadcast FM station, follow these steps:
1. Select FM Radio from the Main Menu.
2. A radio frequency menu will appear.
3. Press |<< or >>| to adjust and search for the desired frequency, or select
preset by pressing Select.
4. For fast search, press and hold the |<< or >>| buttons.