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Either the tuner is bas or the antenna is not hooked up.

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There is no electrial retailer in bendigo that has fm aerial to suit this is why i am asking you

Make your own.

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    Coaxial FM antenna

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    adapter catalog number 278-0291. It takes some effort to push the 278-0291
    adapter onto the FM UNBL 75 ohm terminal so wait until you have the 278-0291
    installed before you connect your 75 ohm coax on to your new adapter.

    This will resolve your FM screw on F connector antenna interface issue.

    I see others trying to
    help suggest using a 300 ohm to 75 ohm transformer match unit, this isn't what is needed. Your receiver antenna input IS a 75
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    LG LX-M240 operating instructions: I cannot set the presets

    Owner's Manual is PN 3834RH0020U
    On pg13
    1. Press TUNER/BAND to select AM or FM
    (Leftmost rectangular button on left of volume knob)
    2. Select station by using TUNING +/-
    3. Press PROGRAM/MEMO on the remote
    A preset number will appear.
    4. Press PRESET +/- (or PRESET ^/v on remote) to
    select the preset number you want.
    5. Press PROGRAM/MEMO again. The statio is stored.
    6. Repeat above for more stations.

    Believe you can store up to 30 stations.
    Stations on presets 1, 2 and 3 take longer to 'kick in' when listening to the radio
    as they are the 'tens' prefix for the preset numbers. 4 - 9 'kick in' immediately.

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    Since my system can be mounted on the wall I found a spot on the wsll about 5 feet from the floor to mount it and now I can get the fm stations.

    Dec 26, 2008 | Audio Shelf Systems

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    AM static

    the easiest way would be to move the radio farther away from the furnace.

    Sep 13, 2008 | Bose Wave Music System CD Shelf System

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    Fm Radio signal?

    There was a black wire included (with a metal "cap" to insert in the FM center connector) that served as the FM antenna, but in a pinch any wire can do, preferably about 33" long and with the insulation stripped from the last inch or so (or get creative and sand the last inch of varnish off a properly sized untwisted clothes hanger and gently bend to suit). Bare stranded wire should be twisted or folded until it's thick enough to firmly fit the middle "hole" of the FM antenna connector. Be careful that no strands of wire short to the metal ground "ring" surrounding the hole or the antenna won't work (although it won't burn out your amp like shorting the speaker wires would, it just won't work). Orient the wire horizontally or vertically for best reception. This unit also doesn't pick up FM very well if you're in a steel-framed building or away from windows in the general direction of the local transmitters, so moving the unit closer to a window may help dramatically. In bad reception areas you can get an external FM "rabbit ears" type antenna but you'll need the "European" style of 300 ohm to 75 ohm transformer to plug it into the unit's FM connector (one that has a bigger central connector "plug" than the usual US units). Some cable systems also still support FM, if yours does, a VHF/UHF/FM signal splitter and either the above mentioned transformer attached to flat 300 ohm cable or a plain  "European" style connector attached to the end of the 75 ohm round black cable will do the trick. Some Radio Shacks have them. Good luck!

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    Better fm reception

    Is it just a single wire?

    If so, purchase a cheap FM antena. It looks like a "T" when spread out (4' to 5'). That should help.

    You can purchase an "amplified" antenna, but if your area reception is really bad (such as in a valley) the antenna would just amplify the noise as well. Look for web based radio in this case or if you have cable there are stations on it.


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