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Motorola CP200, radio just beeps when im pressing any button.

I Just hear a Hiss Noise when it turns on

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  • jpie64 May 11, 2010

    The cp200 is old if i am not mistaken. Where did you get it? What are you using it for? Was it damaged? So many things could be wrong with it. The speaker could be bust, the rubber duck could be broken. I really need more than its just nosie.

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    I dont ear any sound when im pressing the talk button on one of my two radius cp200 but my other cp200 make a sound when im pressing the talk button do i have something to activate ?

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It is possible your radio is not programmed, or has a bad/old battery.

It is normal for the side buttons 1 and 2 to beep when depressed to indicate you turned the feature on/off. Each of these buttons has the ability to be programmed a long and a short press feature.

If your radio beeps when your press the PTT button, on any or all channels, it indicates a low or nearly dead battery. Check your battery date code to see if the battery needs replaced.

If your radio emits a long tone on a channel, that channel is not programmed to function.

If your radio beeps a single beep when you turn it on, this is normal.

Charge your radio completely overnight, with the radio turned off. See if this solves the problem. If not, try a new/different battery to see if it will solve the issue. If not, drop by your local dealer and let them look at the unit.

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