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My used dewalt radio

Say people out there in ciber world , any of you peps know how to fix a dewalt that doesn't power up at all?..i already changed the AA batteries in the back also installed a charged up battery pack..still nothin??

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Open up and check fuses 

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Go here:

http://servicenet.dewalt.com/Products/Detail/DC011

Select the type that you have (#1 or 2)

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There are two fuses, one on the power supply board and another on the battery holder board.

Check to see that power is going through the switch on the volume control.

Check to see that the radio pc board is getting power.

Look here for parts diagrams and user manual:

http://servicenet.dewalt.com/Products/Detail/DC011

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On the meter you are using, does it mesure Average power or peak envelope power?

This is very important to know when you are measuring.

AVG measures basically your dead key. It usually will very little if at all.

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So even if you have a radio that has been peaked, on a meter that reads AVG, it will still read around 3 to 4 watts. And, if it has a swing kit in it, it will read even less. A swing kit lowers the dead key it increase modulation. Higher PEP.

For example. I peaked my cobra 29 and it does some where around 22 -25 watts PEP. I have variable power in it as well, but usually run the dead key at 2 watts because I have a linear. The Radio alone, when mesureing on PEP with key up at 2 watts, and then when you talk, swings to about 22 -25 watts.

If I flip the meter to AVG, it stays at 2 watts even with talking.

If you have one of those cheap pyramid meters, etc, they usually only read AVG.

Get a meter from radioshack. They have a fairly decent radio for the money. It reads both PEP and AVG and has SWR as well.

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Now a days most cb radio's bought have already been peaked if you got it from a cb shop, or off a website that does it.

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ive got the same problem checked resistors and circuit boards cant figure out .let me know if you find out whats wrong

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