Question about Cobra 25 LTD 40-Channels Base CB Radio
Hello richf, With out a complete rundown of what you have, I'm sort of guessing here, but I'd say offhand that you are not using a base antenna. Most "full waves" are usually mobile fiberglass antennas. If this the case, Get the antenna above the metal siding, you might be getting a "reflection" back from the metal skin and causing a extreme high SWR which will cause damage to your radio, from a short period of talking. Either go higher up to clear the siding or put up a mast pipe and order or buy an Antron 1/2 wave base antenna. Those are a 3 piece fiberglass base ant. that is tunable for different situations. Run roughly about $50.00 but solves so many problems,,,Let me know more info and I'll try to help the best I can,,, Mechanic
Posted on Nov 01, 2008
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