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MT2000 My radio powers up in self test but then goes completely dead immediately after. It does it consistently. Is this something that can be fixed or is it junk?

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With so little background or history info I would ask if the battery is fully charged. It could have a battery that is weak. Let the battery wear down completely and recharge it, then try it. Was it was programmed successfully or did someone program it at all? Need more info.

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