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Motorola T6310 Talkabout Sound only comes out of earphones

When I power on the device I get a beep out of the speaker but there is no sound when I receive a transmission or when the FM Radio is on. However when I put in the headphones I can hear the radio and when I use the headset I can hear the transmission. I would like to use this radio without any headset or headphones like I did when I purchased them. (The other radio is working just fine.)

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  • evanchavez Sep 09, 2009

    I checked the VOX settings and they are turned off.
    My gut tells me that the mic/headphone jack has a short or is bent in some fashion. Is there a repair shop I can send it to that will be able to assist in this? I hate to thow it out when it can be fixed by someone willing to.

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We have discussed your dilemma. Check your audio jack hole to be certain nothing is still in the hole. Check to see you have the VOX setting turned to a normal or off setting. Typically the radio will shut off the front speaker when an audio device is plugged into the jack. If the radio senses the device, or a small piece of the plug is stuck in the jack, or the jack is damaged, it will shut off the front speaker.

Since you can hear when using the headphone, it is apparent you have the radios programmed to the same frequency and code settings. This leads us to believe it is not a programming issue, short of the VOX feature, or mic gain. You might double check these settings.

Here is a link to the manual: http://www.usersmanualguide.com/motorola/2-way_radio/t6310

Posted on Nov 17, 2008

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