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I can not hear people talking to me on my cb but they can hear me

I can not hear people talking to me on my cb but thay can hear me.
The speaker and volume control are fine and my unit is sending out a good clear signal.
The unit is a GME TX3200.

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  • Leonard_Loh May 23, 2009

    My Motorola T6220 transmits just fine but I cannot hear incoming transmissions even with the volume cranked up all the way. Even the beeps when buttons are pressed sound soft and scratchy. The speaker's diaphragm looked okay when I took the radio apart. I suspect the voice coil in the speaker has had it. Is there any way to replace the speaker?

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