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Fm connection broke

The clip for fm atenna broke. Do I have to buy the whole board or can I just buy the plastic piece, unclip it from the board and replace?

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Re: fm connection broke - Sherwood RX-4105 Receiver Audio & Video Receivers

By the plastic piece, and replace it.

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Part of the circuit is a stereo multiplexer decoder, that decodes the fm stereo signal, I guess that is what you mean when you talk about capacitor linked to the fm band.

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Which atenna is required for FM on a Maranz 5600 receiver?

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782d9ae8-52f7-4cc4-a661-56731bddb11f.pnge94ad7da-0a4e-4d24-aacd-af1ae2881119.png980b7cad-16b3-4152-9d9b-f008ef27d842.pngThere are two types 300 ohm and 75 ohm. Some amps have both types of connection.
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open the rear and look on the amp board (you may have to unscrew and unclip this too) next to the small white clip that comes from the power supply.
if it looks something like this:
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5A antisurge fuse (Farnell part No:- 951620)

upon these parts blowing should protect the rest of the board, so that should be all.....for at least another year.

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The back of the receiver should be marked for FM and AM antenna connections.
Usually the FM antenna needs at least a dipole antenna or a "T" antenna. The part that broke off is probably just the AM antenna.
If you go to your local Radio Shack, you can get a cheap AM/FM antenna for under 20.00. (probably under 10.00)
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I hope this helps.
Good luck.
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