I'm taking a stab at fixing a radio. Something I've never done before and immediately makes me feel like I'm in way over my head. I found a Tivoli Model One for really cheap and brought it home. The first issue was the 'crackly' tuning issue. I couldn't resolve it via the typical fix (moving the dial back and forth over and over to 'clean out' any gunk) so eventually disassembled the radio, got into the tuning capacitor and gave it a few shots of deoxit. That seemed to worked wonders. However, I want to fix the other problem and that is my stations don't align with what is on the dial. There seems to be very little information out there on how to deal with this for this particular radio. I did find one great blog post here: http://la3za.blogspot.com/2013/12/scratchy-tivoli-audio-model-one.html It talks about the 'Oscillator' and 'RF' trim screws on the back. I've been able to adjust the Oscillator screw and have gotten the lower end of the radio to dial in accurately (roughly 88-95). However, the upper end is all out of whack, with 107.9 showing up around 106. According to that blog post, the RF trim should also somehow affect things, but doesn't seem to have any affect for me. Is anyone familiar with the tuner in the model one and know if what I'm trying to do is achievable? Or is this more of a sign that there's something bigger wrong with my radio? FWIW, it sounds great, and I can live with the mis-aligned stations, but would love to know if I'm just missing the obvious here as to what I should be adjusting.