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I have 2 brand new 2 way radio model 2250 bk and only one of them can transmit and the other cannot

When i press to transmit the green does not come on.

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IT COULD JUST BE FAULTY OUT OF THE BOX THE TRANSMIT SWITCH COULD BE FED VIA A LUGIN RATHER THAN SOLDER CONNECTION AND IN TRANSIT THESE CAN COME LOOSE AND EVEN DISCONNECT COMPLETELY. I ADVISE TAKING THEM BACK FOR AN EXCHANGE SAVE ANY HASSLE.

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