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Antenna connection I used to have to turn the antenna at the connection to the unit to get a signal connection. This issue grew into a larger problem when the connection was harder to make. Now I can't get any connection from the antenna, my unit just says antenna all the time. Is there any way to fix this issue or is there a replacement antenna on the market?

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Re: antenna connection

Check to see if the center pin in the antenna jack on the radio is bent or missing. I have a Roady II and that is the problem with mine. You may need a magnifing glass to see it.

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