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Not transmitting or receving (transistors burnt out)

How do i figure out the codeing on the transistors to replace them with the proper ones

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    Wes McKay May 11, 2010

    do you mean the model transistor or what the legs are?

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If its not transmitting or receiveing its probably a problem in the power supply or antenna/coax.The big transistors you see inside are the output transistors for the transmitter section and would not effect the receive. Does it pick up static with the squelch is open? if so the audio section probably works ok.Have you tried a watt meter with a dummy load to see if the transmitter is working?Before you change components you have to narrow down what section is not working and know why its not working otherwise the new transistors could just blow too if its transistors that are bad.more information is really needed to diagnos the problem.

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