Roady XT worked fine in my car today. Parked, took the receiver out and put it in my XM Boombox (NOT Belkin-- mine's white, "XM Audio System" boombox) and it didnt' work--perfect signal, but just a buzzing sound from the speakers. Took the receiver out of the boombox and put back into my car. Perfect signal, no sound. Tried to check "FM Frequency" but it's no longer a menu option--it just disappeared.
There are problems with belkin boombox (white) and the rody receiver. the pins in the reciever get's screwed up when moving from system too system. i have both, but will not use my rody in boombox, i will use my express. lately i have had problems with my express so, we might be better off getting rid of the boombox.
My XM Boombox is also white and it is a Belkin. The folks at Delphi told me the receiver in the boombox is screwed up which over time also screws up the Delphi receiver. Belkin is sending me a new boombox and Delphi is sending me a new Roady XT.
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the "reactivate" did not take in it's entirety, try calling sirus/XM again and see if they will "reboot it again, this time try having it the docking station within antenna "range", and both should "reboot", let me know if this fixes the problem, if not I have some friends there I can call, and we'll go from there, god bless and happy 4th......
We've been having the same problem with our Roady XT unit at the office. Sometimes I think it's possessed because it goes in and out, changes to the mute mode, and sometimes turns itself off. Just got another Roady XT unit today. It played fine, then went into the mute mode. Called XM and they told me to reset unit to factory default. It's fine at the moment.
there is a bad connection on the voltage input on the radio. look in the hole you will see a copper contact if it wore, you will see a hole in it, you needed to bend it towards the center contact just a little bit. then try it again I worked on mine
I called XM Radio and told them my problem. They told me to park my car in the drive way and turn on my XM Roady, an within the next three hours they would send a signal from the sattelite to fix the radio. Withing less than 30 minutes they had fixed it, and it works fine now.
XM and Sirius radios have merged and that is what caused the problem.
Basically, you just need to have the antenna unplugged when you power up, and push menu right away, then select. Not sure why, but it worked on all of my Roady XTs. On the oldest one I had to push menu more than once. Good luck!
The pins get easily damaged when switching from the car dock to the Belkin boom box. I have to constintly squeeze very ******* the top of the xt in order for it to make contact. Belkin will send you a plastic alignment fixture but it is too late. It still does the same thing.