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Same problem with KR-A46

Hello,

I have the same problem since few years ago.
Then came added that the receiver off the last adjusted device (tape, video, tuner ...) no longer remembers.
Is there perhaps already eíne solution to the problem?

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Hi all,
may I ask if anybody solved the station memory problem
with Kenwood KR-A46. I do have the same and I dare to fix it
but I am looking for the right solution.
Thanks!
Ralf

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I did replace the AC switch by-pass capacitor; unfortunately, that didn't solve the problem. So I will look further - after the house remodel project is completed........

Posted on May 24, 2008

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