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Hello tack_veroniq:
Make sure there is an antenna connected to your receiver. If you have cable and there is a cable connection to your receiver try hooking that up to it. If not cable then try just any piece of wire to your antenna connection on your receiver and you should be able to pick something up.

If this helps just click the thumbs up. Good Luck

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ignition noise., high voltage power transmission line noise.

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