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Thank you for that information.
I know of a great place to fix this. Its more than likely bad electrolytic capacitors to blame for this problem.
It could be a tube but I don't thinks so. and the caps are cheap so this shouldn't cost too much;-)
Please visit: http://www.radiolabs.com/repair/grundig.html
Or call to set this repair up:
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