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Old 11-16-2022, 03:56 AM
Milkdudd Milkdudd is offline
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Easily my oldest is a KLH 20 that my grandfather bought new in the mid-60s. It's physically like new. Turntable works in manual mode and FM works. AM doesn't work and I can't figure out the automatic on the turntable. Maybe I'm just doing something wrong. Can anyone suggest someone might be able to if this is going over and repair the things that aren't working? Thanks
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