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Can't be received on my FR50 without ear buff in

Are these throw aways or can they be repaired.

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Sorry, but these are a disposable radio. The schematics and parts list have never been released to dealers. Plus, with the basic repair being $69 on the repairable models, it would be less expensive to replace the unit.

Most likely you either have a bad speaker or speaker connection; or you have something deep in the audio accessory jack which is making contact and fooling the radio into sensing it has an audio device plugged in all the time.

Posted on Dec 15, 2008

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