Question about Maxon MCB-30 40-Channels Base CB Radio
You might have a loose wire in the mic plug, also in the plug itself there are 4 holes for 4 pins in the radio to fit into, these 4 holes have tiny metal sleeves in them to make contact with the radio pins. these sleeves are split and you can take a tiny jewlers screwdriver and slightly close up these sleeves this causes them to fit tighter on the radio pins creating a better connection. these sleeves WILL over time spread out causing the radio to lose a function such as receive or transmit I have encountered this problem several times in the past at my shop. Good luck on your problem.
Posted on Aug 01, 2007
Can anyone tell me how this can be hooked up to external car speakers?
Posted on Jul 09, 2008
The one I worked on had cold solder joints...the joints needs to be reheats very careful to make the proper bond.
Posted on Nov 22, 2006
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