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Rk 56 switch replacement

The wires have come lose from the ptt switch on a rk56. the mic is used on a Galaxy radio

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Check e-bay they have replacement switchs real cheap,5-10 dollars.they are also easy to change with minamal soldering skills.

Posted on Jan 14, 2009

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about your radio.

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Here is the wiring information for a Turner RK56. If the picture is too samll for you too see or it does not load up, email me at rollincbmods@yahoo.com with the subject as RK56 wiring diagram needed, and I will email it to you.

Dean Pitts
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Thank You for your responce but I have already solved the problem by way of trial and error! It took me several attemts but I got the job done.

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Hi,

If the radio receives OK and the TX red LED will not lit up when keying the mic, then it is a mic or mic cord or mic connector problem (or pin configuration). Internally to the mic, there is a switch for keying the PTT. This should be check down to the coiled cord to the connector.

If all of the above checks OK, then you would need to check the TX/RX regulator/switching circuitry.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

Thank you for using FixYa.

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Most standard CB microphones are 4 wires:
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To determine which is which on the radio side:
a. the Audio IN (from Mic) would read a high resistance to ground (chassis) of CB radio;
b. the Speaker when connected to the ground would activate the receive speaker. To verify, power up the radio, squelch all the way down, when shorted to ground, speaker will produce background noise/sound;
c. when PTT (TX) is shorted to the ground, the rig will transmit and the red TX indicator will light up;
d. Ground. when tested with an Ohmmeter to the chassis will read 0 ohms.

Hope this be of some help/idea. Pls post back how things turn up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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