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Rino 130 5.8 version

No voice transmission from 1 unit to another. however the tones send fine.

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I opend my unit and see that the mic is disconected from its posts. so i am looking to repair that issue. it looks like the posts are too short or recessed?

Posted on Sep 13, 2009

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After you get the case apart, lift up the circuit board at the bottom and you will see a small blade pin that sticks out from the side where the batteries are and is supposed to slide up into a contact on the circuit board. I guess over time it starts to wiggle and get loose so I carefully bent the pin (very slightly so it would rub the inside of the contact.
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