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The radio will only turn on if the power supply is plugged in. Once it is on, it will run of battery for hours. It will no long turn on with just the battery. Tivoli suggested some type of amp issue. Have you heard anything?

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Yes its possible <br /> the battery and the power supply have different connection on the main board, battery connector have a Diode that works like a valve when you connect the power supply it disconnect the battery <br /> I can fix this problem <br /> I am in NY - <a rel='nofollow' href="mailto:doron_c21@yahoo.com">doron_c21@yahoo.com</a>

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