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Every time I turn off my receiver "Onkyo TX-SR875 7.1" I loose all my radio stations. The receiver is bought in Germany, and I use it in Denmark. Could that be the problem ?

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  • mortenbuhl Oct 14, 2010

    Thank's for your answer, but how do I save the radio stations before turning it off ? all other data is still in the receiver - that should mean that the memory is not defective ! Or ?

  • mortenbuhl Oct 14, 2010

    When I turn of my receiver "Onkyo TX-SR875 7.1" I loose all my radiostations. All other data/setup is not lost, only radio stations. It seems like it is impossible to reinstall the radio stations unless I "clear" the whole receiver setup (Factory settings) how can I solve this problem.

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Most receivers have a limited storage time for radio stations after the power is turned off. This is generally not a problem as the storage time is fairly high and the power is turned on in time to build up the storage power again. On many more modern receivers the time is very short as manufacturers expect the receivers to be left on standby rather than turned off. This may be the case with your receiver. The fact that it was bought in Germany and is being used in Denmark should have nothing to do with the storage time. If the receiver is losing the preset stations immediately after turn off, or very soon afterwards, there may be a fault in the storage system. Onkyo have a customer support web page at http://www.us.onkyo.com/feedback_form.cfm I would suggest that the best way to find out if this is a fault would be to fill out the details on this page and see what they say.

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Hello,

That shouldn't be the problem. Maybe you did not save the stations that's why you will have search for the stations.

Its is also possible, that the receiver's memory is defective, that's why it cannot save radio stations.

Take care.

Posted on Oct 14, 2010

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