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My dewalt radio charges, but has no display and wont play anything at all

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Try this if the display seems stuck on the same station: If you take off the front of the radio (don't forget 2 screws in back!) you will notice a set of black and red wires running from the 2 AA backup batteries to the digital display circuit board. The wires plug into the board with a little white plug. If you unplug this the display will fade to nothing. If you plug it back in it will display an unset digital clock format. This seems to reset the radio, after which it should work.

Posted on Feb 10, 2011

  • mike Sep 13, 2012

    Thanks!! this fix worked great. I was ready to send it out for repair..now Im rockin out again.

  • mike Sep 13, 2012

    Thanks!! this fix worked great, I was ready to send it out for repair. Now im rockin out again,

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