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I lost the FM Antenna, is there any way I can get one?

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There is no electrial retailer in bendigo that has fm aerial to suit this is why i am asking you


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    AIWA CX NA909 w/SXWNA 909 Speakers. Just hooked up for a friend that has been idle since a move 1 1/2 years ago. Can only get one FM station only. No AM at all...suggestions. Ralph


    I guess you answered the question right then....., you need the antenna. If you've lost the antenna, I'd suggest a piece of wire, not too thick though...
    As for the AM, that uses a loop antenna, so you might have difficulties with that one.

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    FM antenna is not providing reception, despite cable connected to powered antenna amplifier. TV also connected to powered antenna amplifier (splitter) works fine. FM mode produces only static. I purchased...


    If I understand your setup, you've connected the receiver antenna terminal to the output of the antenna amplifier. If this is true, I'd suggest trying the receiver using a plain old FM dipole antenna (available at Radio Shack and other stores) or even just a piece of wire hooked to the antenna terminal. You should be able to pick up some local FM stations then.

    What might be happening is that the FM is being filtered out by the amplifier. Some amps made mainly as a TV signal booster have an FM trap designed to block the FM broadcast band. In the analog broadcast days, the FM band was right near the sound part of a TV signal, and the trap was there to prevent interference. It may be filtering out your FM band.It may also be possible that you're just overloading the FM antenna input with the amplified signal. Sometimes a signal can be too strong. Using a simple wire antenna will let you test the receiver by itself.

    Other than connecting an antenna you shouldn't have to do any setup for FM reception. If you still get no stations at all when using a simple antenna, then the receiver may need service. But I doubt Circuit City would have sold a floor model that was defective, even at the very end, unless it was clearly marked as such and sold "as-is". I'm pretty sure you'll find that the receiver works with an antenna made for FM.

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    I have the exact same problem with the exact same stereo. I started by removing the in-line AM/FM/VHF Separator and connecting the antenna directly to the stereo. The static/popping/fade-out continued. Today I swapped to a new antenna, but it did not help. I swapped back to the original antenna and for a brief while, I had good reception. The I went to coil the excess antenna cable and the static/popping/fade-out resumed. I have narrowed it down to either the antenna connector coming out of the back of the stereo or an internal circuit. Either way, it does not look like a do-it-yourself fix.

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    I LOST THE ANTENNA FOR JEEP WRSS 3A BOOMBOX


    I have the same boombox and lost my antenna. I ended up going to my local Walmart and bought a generic rubber moulded car antenna. The studs that came with the antenna had threads and too large of a diameter so I carefully filed/ground the threads down until I acheived the correct diameter necessary for the antenna stud to slip into the antenna receptacle. It works great and looks as if it came with the radio to begin with. I hope this helped!

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    Sounds like you either left something loose or lost a piece of shielding. Was there a filter on the antenna that you forgot to put back on?

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    Well, if your unit had that happen, it sounds like it is possible. ;)

    I would imagine that the radio, like all the other inputs, is in itself a separate unit or circuit board. If something fails on it, it probably wouldn't harm other inputs or the actual amplification itself... just a guess on my but it makes sense. A repair shop could probably open up the case and visually inspect the tuner circuits to make sure there isn't a short or dead something somewhere.

    If there is still sound in Jim's case, I would try a different antenna and/or make sure its hooked into the correct antenna hookup. if sound but antenna change doesnt help, it could still be an internal but maybe simply problem.

    i'm no pro but that's my 2cents


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    It's not in the menu selections because the Roady 2 does not have an internal FM transmitter. The Roady XT does though.

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