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VOX Transmit is "pulsing". Also, no wx channel reception

I bouhgt a pair of these a few years back. I'm only now trying to use the VOX feature. One of the units seems to be mis-behaving. The first thing I noticed was that when in VOX mode, the transmit won't stay on even though I'm speaking in a long continuous sentences and I've tried all three sensitivity levels. The "tx pulsing rate" is very regular and seems in no way related to my speach. Also the wx channel reception is zero even though the other radio works well in both regards. Can these things be repaired?

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Check if the mic is not dirty, there is nothing that you can do to fix this problem.

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