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How to repair antenna connection on delphi roady

The copper cage on the bottom of my roady is missing. it had come loose and i need to repair for it to work i am wondering if there is any type of repair place or advise that will help in this problem

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Copper czge? You mean the plug that goes into the base unit? Or just the antenna connection on the roady?

Posted on Jun 15, 2014

Testimonial: "the antenna connection on the radio itself"

  • Steven Fleming Jun 15, 2014

    can you post a photo of the affected area?

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SOURCE: "Antenna" Appears on Roady XT Display

I had the same problem, it says antenna when you turn it on. It seems that there is a small wire that stays in the radio side of the socket right in the middle of the socket. This fine wire breaks off . I think there is no known repair for this. I took a piece of fine wire from a wire brush, and poked it into the socket . Had to get one that was thick enough to stay. Then I plugged the antenna into it, it worked.

Posted on Dec 18, 2007

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SOURCE: Delphi Roady XT won't turn on

same deal here fuck delphi

Posted on Feb 19, 2008

SOURCE: Delphi Roady XT Radio won't turn on

You need to replace the transformer that plugs into the wall.

Posted on May 08, 2008

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SOURCE: Roady XT "Antenna" problem

one of 3 things, either your antenna is not insight of a skies view to receive the signal, or its wire is broken at the antenna, but if you remove the antenna connection frequently it pulls the center wire out of the connection on the end that fits into the radio when its plugged in push on the conductor at the back of the plug and see if this helps,alos if connection is loose take a safety pin and carefully between the outer plug case ans the ground fingers around the center pin push these in so you get a better ground, and lastly try another substitute antenna, I have re-soldered my connections numerous times to fix this issue, delphi doesn't make a very rugged product, good luck

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

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SOURCE: Delphi Roady xt, cassette adapter problem

I was thinking how can I trick the cassette into keeping the cassette in there because every time I put it in, it just came right back out
This is what I did
Go and find a real cassette and cut out a little piece of the cassette tape and set that aside
Every cassette is different so find a way to attach tape from a real cassette to the cassette part of the cassette adapter
You need to attach the tape so it is flat over the head of the cassette just like in a real cassette, which is the part where the music is transferred, once u get it over the head the cassette deck will think it is a real cassette and it will stay in the deck, the tape doesn't even need to be perfectly flat like in a real cassette tape, it can be all messed up and it will still work but flatter is probably better, so you are just tricking the deck into believing that it is a real cassette, it worked for me and hopefully it will work for you, tell me how it works out

Posted on Mar 10, 2010

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