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HD radio stations are not coming in clear

I can only get a couple of stations to come in clear. There are HD stations programmed, but they don't come in. Even the seek option does not bring up HD stations clearly. Is there maybe some setting missing?

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See if there is a local/distant selector on your unit. It will make it so your radio will only let you find very strong stations, also check your antenna connection to make sure it is pushed all the way into the connector and is clean of corrosion or anything that could keep it from making good contact inside of the connection, you can use steel wool or scotchbrite pads on the surfaces to ensure a good connection.

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