Question about Delphi Roady XT XM Radio Receiver
Have had the Delphi Roady XT for 14 months. Was working great at home and in the car (w/ the home adapter kit). First problem was when the remote stopped working: new batteries, cleaning, but no workee. Has continued to work well in my truck, however, a once pristine home antenna position (w/ three bars) now gets zero signal. I do live in the woods, w/ a somewhat obscured southern exposure, but the thing had been working fine. I got on the roof w/ the antenna and have tried every solution I've read about on line. Now the receiver is turning off by itself, muting itself, and occasionally runs through the channels all on it's own (I've moved it to my classroom, which has a clear southern exposure). I'm really upset w/ this thing, and I'm ready to switch to Serious. Also, not very impressed at all w/ XM's troubleshooting help, either on phone or on line. Any ideas?
Called service and they asked if I had a remote close to the unit, I did and they suggested that the battery was low on the remote possibly. I took the batt out of the remote and several hours now with no channel changes or shutting off. the second thing was to make sure that the power adapter was giving steady current.
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
I also have a similar problem. So I bought a replacement and I still have the problem. The new radio worked fine for the first 2 weeks but then started to mute itself, change channels, change menu settings and shut itself. Very frustrating and I am about to cancel my subscription if I don't come to a solution very soon.
Posted on Jul 10, 2008
From the symptoms that you've described, your RoadyXT seems to be malfunctioning. If you once had a signal, you should still have one unless major construction has hurt a signal. Your warranty has probably expired but I these units can be purchased for a very reasonable price. I would suggest buying one cheap off somewhere like Ebay.
Posted on Jan 16, 2008
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