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Mike Edwards
 
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20.Jun.19 11:35

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Can anyone please explain what the purpose of the label on the dial of this radio "Ferrite - Antenna" is for.

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Mike

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Steffen Thies
 
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20.Jun.19 14:02
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That is easy: You have to pull the knob to activate it.

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Mike Edwards
 
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20.Jun.19 15:38

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What happens when you pull the knob?

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Mike

 

Steffen Thies
 
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20.Jun.19 19:22
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Then the ferrite antenna is ON. If you push it in, it is OFF, and the external antenna input is connected to the receiver.

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Steffen
 

Mike Edwards
 
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20.Jun.19 19:32
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Thanks for your answer, I think the radio concerned with this has possibly had the volume potentiometer changed and this aerial on off function is no longer there.

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21.Jun.19 08:41
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The problem was solved, the knob was quite stiff but did move in and out.

Thanks for your help.

Mike

  
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