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I purchased a Motorola GM 1200E VHF radio, type MD534AE. what are the uses for this radio and can it be used as a marine radio in Australia? cheers Kieran

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The same thing happened to me, and I'm just hitting the two-year mark with this thing. I tested it using the aux speaker leads and that still works. So it is only the little front-panel speaker that is broken. And I checked the leads on that little speaker, and they seem fine. So it is the little speaker itself that broke. Easiest repair is to connect the aux leads (red and brown) to another speaker.

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the reddish-orange one and the brown one. The green and yellow ones are for data coming in.

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