For those of you who have had problems with your Sirius Conductor radio indicating â€œout of rangeâ€ I may have located the problem. My Conductor radio worked fine for two years but began give problems about three months ago. The â€œOut of Rangeâ€ notice would show up and I could not reconnect to the radio regardless of what I would do. Occasionally it would begin working again but in a day or two it would stop. I finally resorted to buying another Conductor radio. The second radio worked fine. No problems with the setup and all worked well when I had Sirius change my account to reflect the new ESN number on the new radio. Being an engineer I really wanted to know why the radio stopped working. Everything seemed fine. The power light was on, the antenna was fine, but I continued to get the â€œOut of Rangeâ€ indication. As I got deeper into looking for the problem I happen to measure the â€œwall wartâ€ power supply. These things often fail. The output was 5.2 as required but when I looked at output on an oscilloscope, low and behold, the dc voltage had all sort of noise and spurs. Apparently the regulator and switching network had failed. I hooked up the Conductor receiver to another external supply and, bingo! It worked fine. No â€œOut of Rangeâ€ indication and the remote unit controlled the radio. So, if you are experience this problem simply try replacing the small â€œwall wartâ€ power supply with a new one. Any 5 volt, 1 amp unit with the proper connector should work fine.