Question about Sony ICF-SW7600 AM/FM/SW Radio
Hi, I have a suggestion that I hope helps here.
Let me give you some theory to think with.
Alkaline batteries do not act like conventional batteries do. When they are starting to fail the initially
give you high voltage but the power goes down rapidly. In other words, the voltage spikes and dies.
If you have mixed different batteries which are worn un-uniformly, or mixed battery types. i.e. Alkaline with non-alkaline then you could have strange characteristic in your radio. In your radio, I would test with a fresh set of batteries.
If you have the AC power adapter for your radio, I would try that as well, to see if the same thing occurs.
If it is not the battery issue, then it is the circuit board inside the radio. The parts on these circuit board were designed to be inserted with machines and are often too small to be put in by conventional repair technicians. Sony will have the components to repair if necessary.
Let me know how this goes for you.
Hope I've helped
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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