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MJ270R Battery is fully charged and indicates a full battery on the screen, when the PTT button is pressed to send a message the radio shuts off.

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Typically this would indicate a battery problem. Try swapping batteries with a known good unit. If the radio still shuts off when the PTT is pressed you have a radio problem. If it works fine, then you know your battery, despite showing fully charged, is bad.

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Posted on Oct 25, 2012

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You are correct, the battery is bad. When batteries begin to fail, they may appear to hold a full charge, but when put under a load they fail to maintain the proper power to fully power the radio. Generally you will notice screens going blank, poor or no transmit, etc. Simple solution, replace the battery. New batteries are available for around $30 (US dollars).

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Try using a new set of Alkanie Batteries, if it Work your battery Pack KEBT-071 is broken, got charge memory problem you have to reset the charge cycle or buy a new one.

And remeber Always tun off radios before charging.

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Hold in the PTT and the monitor button while turning on the radio (wait for the sounds to stop) will put you into programming mode. You can then use the menu button and the +/- buttons to walk you through the settings. Using this menu, you can program your radio to match your other unit.

To read out your master radio, put it in programming mode, and simply press the menu button to walk through the settings. Do not press the +/- along the way, as it would change a setting. Once your have your master radio read-out, you can proceed with programming the one you are having a problem with.

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