Question about Motorola Radio Communications
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: constant static
You have one of three issues: 1) You are close to another device transmitting on your frequency, 2) Your radio has a problem and needs service, or 3) You have a low, bad or defective battery.
What you can do:
--Try the radio at a different location to see if the problem is only at a certain location. This will tell you if it is simply interference by another device.
-- Check your antenna for damage, replace if necessary.
--Try the radio with another known good battery and see if the problem goes away.
--If you don't have another battery, try turning it on when in the charging cradle. (NOTE: Do not press the PTT while the radio is on the charger. This can damage your radio. The radio should always be turned off when charging, unless running a simple test such as this one.)
If these do not solve the problem, your radio needs serviced.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
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