By Peninsula Daily News staff
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“It was a problem with the main power feed,” said Todd Ortloff on Saturday. “It blew out parts to both our main and reserve AM transmitter units.'
Although the 1450 AM signal is not available, the station's broadcast can be heard on the FM frequency at 101.7 and via online streaming at www.konp.com.