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My Tivoli PAL radio has lost its reception; stations I had always listened to are now all static. The PAL has not been mishandled or dropped...it just stopped receiving the stations.

My Tivoli PAL radio has lost its reception; stations I had always listened to are now nothing but static. The PAL has not been dropped or mishandled; it just stopped receiving. It is fully charged.

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Don't take your radio to work. Get your work done , then go home and listen to it. You will get better reception in a res. area.

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most portables have a very weak FM receiver, and a building interior tends to block a good deal of signals. your best bet is an old fashioned unit with a large retractable antenna.

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SOURCE: antenna on radio broke

Radio Shack can get you an antenna, or a long wire (or wire coat hanger actually works too)

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SOURCE: Tivoli Model One Radio Humming only, no reception

The fuse would cause a total absence of power. Your problem is likely a blown filter capacitor in the power supply. Unless you have electrical/electronic skills, the radio will require professional repair.

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Possible solution. I have fixed two with this problem. When the radio drops to a hard surface, the ferrite coil antenna is the heaviest component on circuit board. Look for cracks in solder or broken wires where attachments to circuit board occurs for this component. Use a fine point soldering iron with low heat.

Posted on Dec 20, 2009

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I posted this tip elsewhere but the FixYa site is, shall we say, challenging.<br /> After years of use my Tivoli PAL started having volume problems. The audio began popping, volume changed erratically, static, booming, almost feedback sounds.<br /> In my case, and others as well, I've gleaned, the problem was the volume potentiometer. Apparently it oxidizes over time and the poor electrical contact is the reason for the erractic audio.<br /> I'm not an electrical repair kind of guy, so this isn't pretty.<br /> The volume and frequency controllers are secured to the knobs with metal collars. I pried the collars loose and got the horizontal board off, I sprayed Stabilant 22 into the volume pot. There are other electrical contact cleaners as well.<br /> Put it all back together. Let the flud dry. Good as new.<br /> Good luck.

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