Hi. This radio works perfectlly on all bands except SW there it workes well till it gets to about 15 mhz then it stops receiving and cant tune. If you turn it off then on again it will let you tune one step (1 Khz) then cant tune.
I have tried adjusting the VCO and it does allow it to tune higher but then looses the bottom end. Im sure the pll is going out of lock becuase the VCO is running out of range but I have no idea were the problem will be. Maybe you have seen this problem before? Hope so..
Thanks in advance
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Hello If the set receives FM signals without any problem, and only fails to receive AM signals, the IC [integrated circuit] used in it is faulty. The number of the IC used with your radio is CXA 1376AS. It is a replacable type IC, and can be bought from most of the electronic spare part shops at your town. If you want further details about its service manual, get me by Fixya. OK.
Hi, check the power plug used to connect the clock radio to the mains power,if it does not come on.then you have to open the back cover of the clock radio to check for blown fuses, because this are the common problem found in electronics appliances. Also check the transformer with the use of an ohmmeter, to read if the components are okay. Good luck.....
Believe it or not, Radio Shack carries quite a few replacement antennas.. whether they have one for your specific radio or not I'm not sure, but they're worth a try. If you can bring your old antenna with you to make sure the mounting is the same, might save you a return trip.