Does anybody know someone who . . .

Ted Larsen
Thu Apr 22 05:56:25 EDT 2010

Hi Doug: I found these two listings of EBAY. I hope they might help Big 
difference is prices. Good luck Sounds as if it's broken circuit board 

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Mike Ward" <>
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Sent: Wednesday, April 21, 2010 10:42 PM
Subject: Re: Does anybody know someone who . . .

>I had the same problem with the factory radio in my 1999 Saturn.
> I ended up replacing the radio with one I bought at a local auto salvage
> yard.
> I can't give you any more than that, as I am in Ohio...but maybe it'll 
> send
> you in the right direction...
> On Apr 21, 2010 9:03 PM, <> wrote:
> I'm writing this to vent my spleen but also because I have a need that I
> thought perhaps SOMEONE out there might be able to help with.
> Long story short:  I own a 1996 Buick Roadmaster Presidential (wonderful
> car) with a terrific AM-FM-CD-cassette stereo quadrophonic audio system.
> Everything works fine except the AM component, which has developed a loose
> "something".  It plays beautifully until the car hits a bump, at which 
> point
> it'll hear nothing but loud static or a terrible flutter.  When I hit a
> second bump, the problem corrects itself.  This cycle repeats . . . and
> repeats.
> I've been to several garages and to two car audio shops.  The people in 
> the
> garages haven't been able to fix it, nor has the person at audio shop (1),
> who thought the problem was the antenna.  (It's isn't.) The owner of audio
> shop (2), the former chief engineer of one of our local radio stations, 
> told
> me he doesn't want to waste his time trying to fix an AM car radio.
> Does anyone in the BRI fellowship know of any place between Bangor and
> Worcester where I might be able to get the thing fixed on the spot, even 
> if
> I have to wait all day?  This has been very frustrating.
> -Doug

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