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My Gundig G1000A works fine as a clock. However, when I turn the radio on (any band FM/AM/SHortwave) it works for about 10 seconds then the LCD goes blank and the reception goes to a quiet static or nothing.When I turn off the radio, I got a clear time display.

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SOURCE: Loses sound

It is soppoused to seek when pressing search and scan and scan buttons If you dont like the idea of that for now on only use tuning up and down dial or buttons.

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SOURCE: Grundig Satellit 800

(650) 361-1611 - 3520 Haven Ave, Redwood City, CA

This is the closest location I could find, hope it helps.

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SOURCE: users manual for the grundig g5 shortwave radio

I can't find one either but there is a downloadable manual for the Eton E5 at Retrevo.com  Just search for Eton E5

Posted on Feb 28, 2008

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SOURCE: Can't get AM and SW, FM is fine. Nothing but Humming on AM/FM

humming? as in 60 cycle hum or no signal hum?

Posted on Mar 16, 2008

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SOURCE: I have a Grundig Satellit 500 "Radio Boy"

If you sent it in 3 times, then I would suggest getting a new one if you know for sure that other's work in that area. If other's don't work, then then you have some type of interception between the radio waves and your radio. There is nothing I can do about that, and probably nothing you can do.

Otherwise, you should get a new radio.

Good luck!

Posted on Mar 16, 2008

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- Radio touch screen controls appears throughout
radio operation
- The radio frequency and waveband appears in the
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clock display.
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