Introduction

The antenna receive an AM/FM radio signal. This guide will help you replace your antenna in case it is damaged.

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  • Remove the nine 35 mm Phillips screws securing the back cover of the case.

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Image 1/1: Soldered wires connect electronics on the back cover to the internal electronics. Be careful not to break any connections.
  • Carefully remove the back cover.

  • Soldered wires connect electronics on the back cover to the internal electronics. Be careful not to break any connections.

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Image 1/2: This is not necessarily required. This step is to allow the back cover more movement as you work on the inside of the unit. Image 2/2: This is not necessarily required. This step is to allow the back cover more movement as you work on the inside of the unit.
  • Unplug the black and yellow wires connecting the power supply unit to the rest of the electronics:

  • This is not necessarily required. This step is to allow the back cover more movement as you work on the inside of the unit.

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  • Unsolder the wire connecting the antenna to the radio.

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  • Tilt the back cover up and remove the two 7.5 mm Phillips screws holding the antenna in place.

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  • Remove the antenna.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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