Question about Maxon MCB-40 40-Channels Handheld CB Radio
I hav a maxon cb with noaa wathr on it but it wont pick up noaa and i have trid verything any help
Open up the radio and look inside of it towards the front of the unit, there should be a small circuit board mounted either in the front center or to either side of the radio. This will be the board for the weather channels, check the all the wires coming from this board and make sure they are connected on both ends, if they are then look on this little circuit board and you should see some small components with tiny slots for a screwdriver to fit. these are the adjustments for the receive function of the weather channels, slowly turn the little slot with a small screwdriver little by little one by one and you should notice some kind of change in the receive on these weather channels if so keep slowly adjusting them until optimum receive level is obtained. If you feel this proceedure is beyond your skill level then I suggest that you carry it to a local CB radio repair shop. If you dont have a local repair shop just go to a truck stop along any interstate and ask the employees or even a trucker if they know where a cb repair shop is and I feel sure there will be one within a few miles of your location. Good luck with your problem.
Posted on Aug 01, 2007
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