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Dewalt radio everything works and goes through all stations but just make static noise.

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Radio need tuner assy.see servcie center the problem co'z
there lots of upgrade to the radio that sometimes when your 1 parts the plug will not match to the other board. good luck

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Dewalt dc011 recently the fm stations stopped working...only hearing static. i returned the radio back to home depot for a new one. just trying avoid it happening again. the only thing I could have done...


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1) Make sure your WR is placed in a location away from the use of too many electrical devices. Sometimes, just plugging your device away from your computer, desktop telephone, answering machine, and other electrical devices will frequently solve the problem.

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4) Make sure your battery is charged or unit is placed in the charging base to receive a solid signal.

5) Make sure your location and channels are set correctly. If you set your location to AUTO, you should have no problem hearing weather reports for your area. If you would like to hear the weather report for your county only, call 1-888-697-7263. Follow the prompts through a simple voice menu.
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• If there is interference from adjacent stations, place the BAND WIDTH control in the NARROW position. If there is no interference, leave it in the WIDE position.

• If there is excess background noise, turn on
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• If a station is so strong that audio distortion occurs, reduce the gain level with the AM/SW RF GAIN control knob by turning it counterclockwise.

• The telescopic antenna does not have to be extended for AM reception. The radio has an internal, directional, ferrite-bar antenna for AM reception.

• To optimize AM reception, swivel the radio until maximum signal strength is achieved.

All of that being said: It's very tough nowadays to receive AM in this 2008 electronic world. If your able install a longwire SW antenna outside, and have access to a good earth ground, you can boost the AM signals and beat the noise being generated all around you.

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