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I would be asking the service dealer centre this question because some upper priced cars have the aerial in either the windscreen glass or the rear window glass. some aerials are nothing more than a small fiberglass bump on the hood near the rear . Instead of taking the wireless out for repair that is not fixing the problem , take the car to the shop and have the technicians check it in car for a problem
If you want to get its original model remote control; you have to contact the nearest RCA authorised service center at your town. You can't buy its orignal from nowhere else. A universal RCA remote control will work with it, but sometimes some buttons of it may not synchronised. So try to get its original model. Moreover, if by anyway this set happened to be in FPA lock, you cannot open the lock without the orignal remote control. A universal remote control, whatever it may be, won't work then. OK.
OK,this is a fairly common problem with digital tuners, I get them from time to time in my shop, you see, what is happening is the voltage that's used to tune the set, usual;y stays rock solid, your device however is drifting off station due to this voltage changing, usually it is in the powers supply or the actual tuner itself. It can be bad capacitors, bad IC's, bad transistors, bad tuner module. Sometimes it maybe a "Dry Joint" too.
The only fix is either a replacement PSU or Tuner or indeed maybe both? One simply cannot tell exactly without examining the unit.
You need to take this unit into a Denon repair center and ask for a "Quote" as to costings etc. Once appraised of that one can proceed from there?
Contact a Denon head or local office and ask them there, for a referral to an authorised service center.
You can get them at a paint store or you can make one i have serveral LX80s and i rebuld them all the time . If you have a build up of paint clean it with laquior thinner its a simple seal and it never wares out Ihave these guns that are 20 years old and the olny time i ever had a problem with this seal was when i used a torch to clean the gun before rebuilding it So keep it clean and you could use it every day and rebuild it every 5 years
I don't know the solution to your problem (your could always send it to their nearest service center; see Rolex.com) but screwing out buttons is a feature that is often included to give maximum water resistance.