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Old 25th September 2007, 01:31 PM   #1
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Default 70s Era Receiver Not Locking On Stereo

Unit works well otherwise. FM comes in, but in stereo mode, never locks in, meter and beacon don't function. I'm getting stereo in AUX. Could this possibly be an adjustment or alignment issue? Or is there definitely another cause?
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It's difficult to say when one doesn't have the schematic or unit to test.
But try the stereo demod/decode chip.
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