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Onkyo t-4500 memory loss

Loss of tuner memory

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SOURCE: Onkyo T-4500 FM reception problem

I have the same tuner...yes the fm and am frequencies are different there than north america...check to see if you have the "worldwide" model...there is a small switch under a small hole underneath the tuner to select the region for where it is to be used. If its not the worldwide model then i think your outta luck.

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