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How do you tune a techwood 400 stereo reciever

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Cannot get techwood tuned in to sky through rf do not have a manual

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I hope this helps. I'm not familiar with the specs of Techwood TV models. Some TVs only have an headphone/earphone (3.5 mm) jack as their audio out. In that case, you'll need an adapter to convert the RCA audio to the headphone jack.

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I have a Techwood reciever. I need to replace the motor for the fan. Please tell me where I can order this part! Thanks a bunch! Diana

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remove the stereo and make sure areal is plugged in to the back of the set, if this is all ok then remove interior light and make sure the mast connection is tight and nor corroded.
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Can I connect a Computer to a Techwood DDR 94 AV Digital Surround Receiver so that I can listen to radio stations online?

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try manually tuning your stereo up and down one or two places either side of the suggested frequency to fine tune it.

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