Question about Grundig G4000A FM/AM Radio
This alos happend in the story explained in my other post http://www.fixya.com/support/t432023-speaker_wires
Wile repaqiring the casing i discovered that this black rod that had copper wire twisted around it had snaped, the part with the wire is fine it's other half with no wire that is broken. Does anyone know the signifigence of this rodd and what I should do with it, Thanks
The thing you are describing is a ferrite rod. It is the aerial that is used for LW and MW reception. The telescopic aerial on top is used for FM.
Providing it is a clean break and you haven't lost any parts of the ferrite rod, just tape it back together. It shouldn't have too great an effect on the reception.
Hope this helps,
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