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My motorola GP900 has problems

My motorola GP900 transmiits on the 446 band but only when its very close to another radio, for example a maximum of a few centimetres away, it powers up ok and everything, what could be wrong with it

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Check for a bad antenna, wrong antenna, or no antenna. Switch antennas with a known good unit and see if the problem persists. If this does not solve the problem, you most likely have low transmit power, and the radio needs to be serviced.

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