Question about Marantz Audio & Video Receivers
It can be fixed by yourself. All you need is some tuner lubricant (available at Radioshack or similar store, or if nowhere can be found you can even try WD40). Pull the knob off so you can see the shaft. Spray the tuner lube onto the shaft (let gravity be your assistant). Replace knob and work it back and forth until it moves more easily than before. Test it and you should be golden.
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
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