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Sr5200, when using the "tuner" mode, is stuck in the AM frequency! I've pushed every button on the front panel and the remote. How do I change to FM?

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  • Anonymous Jan 04, 2010

    Thank you for the post satavlad, I had not tried that before. With great anticipation I pressed the "tuner" button twice, however nothing happened. I wonder if that part of the receiver might be broken? Everything else seems to work just fine though. Any other suggestions?

  • Anonymous Jan 04, 2010

    Thank you satavlad for the input. With great anticipation, I pressed the TUNER button twice however nothing happened. I wonder if my remote or receiver are busted, although everything else seems to work fine. Any other suggestions?

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Push TUNER button twice, it will switch betwin AM and FM.

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