Tivoli Audio Players & Recorders - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support
Tivoli radio sticky case
I have the yellow songbook and it was so sticky and dirty after only a couple of years. I only use it inside, so I removed the sticky coating with nail polish remover and a ton of cotton balls. It worked really well on the yellow one - the finish is a little dull so it matches how it looked when it was new. And it's so clean now!
on Aug 08, 2017
I bought my Tivoli Model
Many such problems are caused by bad aerial connections, aerial cable problems and the aerial itself. Make certain all of these are good before checking out the electronics.
on Apr 08, 2017
Would like to switch off clock light, esp at night, or even permanently
Proceed at your own discretion, this will void your warranty. This worked with my Model 3 clock radio:
1)Remove the four corner screws on the back panel with a long phillips screwdriver.
2) Do not remove the two other screws on the back panel.
3)Gently pull the front panel forward, sliding it out of the wooden case leaving the back panel in place. You can pull of the front panel just free of the case and lay it flat before the connected wires are taught.
4)Unplug the 7 wire harness leading to the back of the clock.
5)Separate the brown wire from between the black and red wires to make room to cut, or modify it.
6)The brown wire is the lead wire to the LED light on the clock. To permanently disable the light, cut the brown wire. Better yet, install a switch in line with the brown wire, which I have not attempted yet and is not covered in this fixya.
Good luck, I have always loved this radio except for the pesky light keeping me up at night.
on Nov 18, 2016
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