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Kenwood UD-3 Tuner Amplifier. Whilst I can still receive radio

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Kenwood UD-3 Tuner Amplifier. Whilst I can still receive radio programmes, there is no display of the programme set, and no auto tuning/memory function.

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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Yes please - I still need an answer! I think you should be seeking a radio engineer rather than a computer expert.


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The manual is here:

According to that you tune to the station then hit the Memory key look on page 20
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Thank you, ***** ***** tried following the instructions to no avail. The main problem is that there is no visual 'display' of the programming coming up at all in the display panel. Similarly no indicator lamps are burning. It may be that the display etc. has gone u/s. It did happen similarly once a long time ago, and somehow I got it back - sadly, can't remember how I did it - disconnecting this and that, I believe. Just hoping someone in the know may have some ideas.

Oh I see.... I don't see any way to dim the display as is the case with most receivers so I would say it is defective. You might try unplugging the whole unit from power for a few minutes.
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