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DRA-345R stereo receiver. FM is gone, poof! just like that. nothing looks burned. where do I start? No change to the antennae has been made

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  • Steve O'Brien Mar 09, 2012

    I have an identical model and an identical problem. Exactly identical. Has anyone suggested a resolution?

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I have a denon DRA-345R and when I put on position mode cd I can listen music and then after 1 minute the mode change automaticly to position FM. Tell me please what a have to do?

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