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Moto T5620 Buzz

I have two Moto T5620. One of them makes a buzz when i push the others PTT button, and nothing can be heard. Is there any way to repair it?

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Check if that radio has the QT feature eneable, be sure that you are not making any feedback when you press the ptt. If one of the radios could have a problem be sure if the Buzz is transmited or received for the radios

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