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Have an old Onkyo TX 80 receiver. It works great but every time you turn it off, you lose the radio station presets. Is there a battery to replace or is it a capacitor on the board that is bad?

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Dear Dzap,
Normally this type of errors appears when battery becomes unusable. So change your battery...

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