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I have a Cobra 148 GTL (made in Malaysia). I have opened the case and found a green wire, that comes from the dynamike, that is loose from the mic pins. Also, there is a blue wire, that comes from the PC board at R246, that is not connected, either. And a grey wire, that goes into the board at R237, that is loose. If I could get a diagram of the wireing, not just a schematic, I can solder them back where they go. Also, the schematics, that I have found on the internet, have been for the Chinese and Phillipine models.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if the transmitter produces power output with modulation on SSB but NOT ON AM then the AM Pass Regulator is defective, more times than not.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
5 pin to 4 pin as follows, from the Cobra website.
2.->1 Shield and common
4.->also goes to pin 1
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