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Transmits by itself

When left on by itself it recievers okay then will start transmitting by itself. I have had the ppt board out no sign of any water damage. Is okay when ex mic/speaker plugged in. Note Marine VHF used in and around salt water. Thanks for any help Wayne

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Re: Transmits by itself

Check if the VOX features is turned on, check if the Ptt button has the "normal" bouncing or clicking.

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