If I'm listening to the radio or whatever the sound will cut out from time to time.
I have resoldered the 2 large caps and some other joints that looked suspect but it had no change.
Thank you for your time.
Sub should work as long as u don't have the reciver on digital it should still work ur mains and the sub but no sound from the rears, the radio cuting out could because bye a resister failing it might not have burnt out yet but it is not working proprely if it only happens when the radios is on try to see if local stations come in clear with no antena . but if it happens when the reciver is on tv or another input take to ur closest repair shop to be fix or u might fry the mother board happen to one oif my old recivers.
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sounds like the controls are dirty...or possibly the solder connection on the volume control has become intermittant...you can goto your local electronics store(or Radio Shack) and get some contact cleaner..open the unit up and clean the volume control as per the instructions on the can...make sure when you spray the cleaner into the control you turn it back and forth several times...then you want to spray more in to flush out whatever debris may have been in there...be careful not to get any on the face plate as it may damage the finish...also , make sure that the chemical spray that you use is safe for plastics...If this doesn't fix it , then the volume control assembly may need to be resoldered.
Not a professional, but what i would do is...if you filled the tank up again.....get someone to turn the key a head (don"t start it) just a head to when the radio comes on .....when they do it a few times(a head and back to off) stand back by the fuel tank (gas cap area) and listen for the pump to cut in! It should only cut in for a few secs. If no sound, you may have burned out the pump...it could have sucked up dirt and burned out! Thats my guess!
U have a soldering iron,solder?Now basic soldering?Unplug the tv wait about half an hour for the highvoltage to disapear.Take the tv aparts.Resolders the Video board that connected to ur CRT Tv tube.Resolders all those coldsolders pins sockets pins on the video board,will solved this problem.Have fixing these problems many times on the CRT Tube computer monitors,when it was still popular.
yes it sounds most likely like an ant amp, and it is not that hard to replace, the best way to determine it is a new one since it is intermit, it is located in the C-pillar i think on the pass side but i could be wrong all you have to do is remove the light from the trim piece detatch the top part the pull up it sits in a groove, looks like a small white plastic box
hello ,.this could be a bad antena amp it is located in the c pilar left side of vehicle /( if it just started to do the problem ) what i mean is that this is not a new vehicle that you recently got /or the radio are is wrong ,the bmws come with international radios that you can change the different waves of singnals to the same radio ,example if you move to japan you can use your radio in japan / to do this press the mode button and hold it and it will give you the diferent ptions . good luck