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I have the CR4947 cd/clock/radio and I am starting to have problems with it not being able to pick up any radio stations, it just gives me blank noise not even static. Most of the time it will eventually come on anywhere from 10 minutes to a few hours after being on. I think that it is picking up the stations but just not producing any sound.

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What signal do you mean? No power? No ability to tune in stations?

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