Have you checked other stations? It is entirely possible that your station has reduced its output signal.
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Something could have changed between the stations
transmitter and your location. It could be anything like a new
building or the landscape ( trees,etc)is blocking the strong
signal you had. Reorient your antenna and see if that helps. If
the other stations are clear the tuner is working fine.BTW,I
had that tuner many moons ago and it was the best sounding
tuner that I have owned !
Thanks, Yogiboy. That's something I had not considered at all, but it's totally possible. Moving the antenna is next on my list of things to try. It's just a cheap little dipole taped to the wall behind my rack. I have recently been toying with the idea of buying buying a yagi and attic mounting it, but it looks like that might be a necessity now! The T-100 sounds phenomenal, indeed. I hope quality FM broadcasts never go away.
FWIW I use an Omni directional antennae in my attic (with my T-100) to great affect. I have used to use a multi element FM antenna but found it was a problem re orientation to signals outside of a narrow field. Fortunately though I do not have stations nearby to overload the stations I listen to so an Omni works just fine!