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Radio will transmit some of the time

Looking at meter it drops power and then goes to the neg. side or falls to the 0 area in the meter. this is a galaxy dx-93 t

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Sounds like a heat sensitive problem to me. See the above listed problem and solution. Also the heat could be coming from over heating even from a high SWR as suggested.

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THAT IS A VERY GOOD SIGN THAT YOUR SWR MATCH IS OFF....I DONT KNOW IF YOU MATCHED UP YOUR RADIO WITH YOUR ANT.IF NOT YOU CAN BUY A CHEAP SWR METER @ RADIO SHACK...CHECK THAT YOUR COAX CABLE IS OK TRY TO REPLACE THE COAX......GOOD LUCK

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