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Tivoli internet radio : cannot switch it on. Only by plugging and unplugging the electric cord. When switched off and plugged in, it makes a low zooming noise. Is it an electric problem?

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It's not a physical switch, and they really should put more thought into the error messages they write. To "flip" the "switch" you hold down your function key and hit F2 (you'll notice a little symbol on the F2 button - that's the "radio switch"). After that, just right click on your wireless connection and choose repair.

Posted on Aug 29, 2007

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SOURCE: Tivoli iPal

send it back! I have had 2 fail this way.

Posted on Feb 28, 2008

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SOURCE: Samsung TSL3293HF HDTV - TV in Stale State-No picture or audio

Did you get it fixed..I am having the EXACT same problem with mine..would love to knoe how much you are spending. Should I junk it? I have had it for 5 years. Kim

Posted on Apr 21, 2008

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you have the white wire on the wrong terminal put it on the same terminal as the red wire on the capacitor and you should be fine,

Posted on Jan 06, 2009

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Concerning your starter/pull cord problem, what has probably happened is that due to sitting idle for an extended period, the pinion gear had stuck in the down position on the clutch drive.

When you engaged it with power it spun as it was supposed to do but did not immediately spin up into the ring gear.

After you released the starter button and it began to slow down the gear spun up into the flywheel and jammed because it didn't have enough power to turn the engine.

A usually simple fix for this is to turn the engine backward by hand just enough to relieve the tension and the return spring will push the gear back down.

At this point, you can try the electric starter again and it should work properly. If it does not work, you will have to remove the starter and clean and inspect the starter drive on the top of the starter.

Concerning the fact that it would not start, you more than likely have some old fuel trapped in the bottom of the float bowl.

You may be able to remedy this by spraying some carburetor cleaner in the carb while trying to start it.

If it has spark and everything else is in good condition, it will start and run as long as it has carb cleaner getting to the engine so you may need to spray it a few times while it is running on that and sometimes the stale fuel problem will clear itself.

If it doesn't clear up and run on its own without the carb cleaner after 3 or 4 shots of spray you will need to remove the float bowl and clean it and the main jet with the carb cleaner.

Protect your eyes and bare skin while using the carburetor cleaner, it will injure you. Do not spray it on any rubber gaskets or seals, it will swell and ruin them.

Sorry for the "book" I wrote but I am trying to explore as many possibilities as I can to get you up and snow blowing!

Posted on Nov 05, 2009

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The Tivoli Music System must be left without power for a minute (60 seconds or more) anytime it is unplugged, before being plugged in again. If you observe this little rule when changing rooms, it should turn on and be usable immediately (after ensuring it has been at least a minute since it was last connected to power.)

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If the radio has a European-style plug, it's probably expecting 220-volt power since that's their standard. If you got a plug adapter but not a voltage converter, the radio won't work because the line voltage is too low.

Check the radio for a ratings label which will tell you for sure what the radio expects. There may be a selector switch on the back which will let the radio work on our line voltage. Otherwise you'll need to purchase a voltage converter to use the radio.

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I have the same problem with 2 Pal radio, I'm trying to find a solution, i think the trouble is in the switch to turn it on/off which has a bad electrical contact, I will tell you if I can find a solution. Phil

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The power control problem is easy to fix.

It can as simple as a fuse (I'm sure you check it already) or a switch that is piggy back on the volume control.

Radio Shack has a similar one HERE

Disconnect the AC outlet and open the main Tivoli unit.

Look at the back side of the volume switch and you will see a power switch piggy back onto the volume control.

You can bypass it or get the correct value Potentiometer + SPST switch.

Use an ohm meter to meter the both end of the potentiometer and if it's 10,000 ohm or 10k then just go to Radio Shack and ask for
10K-Ohm Audio Control Potentiometer with SPST Switch Model: 271-215 | Catalog #: 271-215

It's a direct replacement.

If the ohm read is other then 10K then you will need to order it for an electronic supply house.


Tivoli makes great radio.....if you want to sell it I want the first dip.


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My Tivoli Model One makes a loud screech/buzz noise


I had the same problem and was able to repair it quite easily. Only thing needed is some basic soldering skills.

Problem description:

  • Suddenly a quite loud and disturbing (scratch/screech/buzz) noise appears.
  • Sometimes the noise is gone but it reappears sooner or later.
  • Changing volume or radio band / input (am, fm, aux) does not affect the noise (even on volume turned down all the way).
  • The signal coming out of the Headphones / Rec Out plug is not affected.

Cause:

  • Cold solder joints

Solution:

  • Unplug from mains
  • Remove back panel (the two black screws next to the plugs in the center). The back panel sticks quite firmly, so it might help to remove the front panel first (the 4 screws in the corners) and carefully press out the back panel from the inside. (The other two (silver) screws are used to attach the transformer to the back panel) and need not to be loosened.)
  • On the circuit board at the back panel locate the plug that goes to the speaker (is says "J2"). Check the solder joints. In my case, looking closely, I could see that they're not good anymore.
  • Renew the joints by heating them up and applying some fresh soldering tin. I also renewd the joint from the wire bridge next to the plug. Just check the other solder joints on the board.

In my case afterwards the problem was gone and the device is working properly again.

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Before ordering parts, check the back of the power supply to make sure the connectors, 110 volt on the back of the plug have not slipped off. Sometimes they are not slipped on the connector very good and come off. Also, make sure the switch is good, sometimes these switches are just mechanically bad inside.
Disconnect the power and disconnect the main motor plugs, power back on the machine and see if the machine at least comes on, even with an error messege on the console. Sometimes a bad main motor will cause the main board to drain power.

Also, make sure before ordering this power supply, the correct part is ordered for this model machine.
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I have exactly the same problem but found two work arounds, either one that I am completely satisfied. 1. unplug and replug the AC.
2. I have a subwoofer, when I plug the subwoofer cable half way in, the sounds of the base speak goes back to normal (but not all the way in)

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send it back! I have had 2 fail this way.

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this is what you should do: charge it.. then when it's still connected to the power switch it on.. then you can remove the power plug and enjoy it for hours...

I know it's weird...

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