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When my DeWalt radio is on it keeps changing stations are losing station

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SOURCE: will not hold a preset station or time

it may required display board.

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radio need tuner assy.see servcie center the problem co'z
there lots of upgrade to the radio that sometimes when your 1 parts the plug will not match to the other board. good luck

Posted on Jul 08, 2008

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SOURCE: Dewalt Radio won't hold presets or clock time

Replace the two AA batteries in the battery compartment.

Posted on Nov 30, 2009

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SOURCE: My Dewalt dc911 charger works but no sound?

Try and plug something in the aux. If you don't hear sound out of the aux when you plug something like your cd player in then your speaker cables have come off the circuit board or the out put transistor has gone on the radio. Sell on Ebay these go for a good price faulty.

Posted on Dec 05, 2009

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SOURCE: dewalt dc011 recently the fm stations stopped

as it is a tough radio to take the knocks it probaly gets knocked around a bit- make sure the antenna is not loose! or damaged have you rotated it a bit too much and snapped the wire inside? try AM to prove it (if Fitted), AM doesntuse the external aerial
Good Luck!

Posted on Jan 14, 2010

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