Question about Uniden GMR-1088 2-way Radio Walkie Talkie Dual Pack with NOAA Weather Alerts
When you see the Rx sign on the screen, it indicates that someone else is transmitting (Tx) on the channel, this is also caused by "BOOF HEADS" who like doing nothing more than dropping carriers by holding down their PTT button during a conversation, something that happens a lot on CB and without a doubt on FRS radios.
There is no problem in your radio, it's Just someone else probably dropping a carrier as per above.
Not much can be done about this problem, No License, No Joy.
The fact you can hear the other person over the screach indicates to me that I am right, and your radio is fine.
I hope this clears up your query.
Posted on Mar 05, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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That would depend on what is wrong with the radio(s) Most GMR radios are through away's. The average bench time for a repair on a single radio is anywhere from $70 - $100 dollars and thats not including parts. Some manufactuers have a flate rate charge to repair thier product. you might try that avenue.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
They are most likely GMRS or FRS, should be 14 or 22 ch's.
Makes no difference they all operate on the same frequencies.
Any of them will work providing you pay close attention to the operating miles. some are 3 some are 26. but that is only Line of Sight. many people don't understand that. And same goes if they are for water use (Mairne radios) they all operate on the same freqs.
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Posted on Feb 24, 2009
I predict that you have trouble with only one unit.
Try to find some one with either the same units ( on same Frequency of course) or a receiver that also covers same Frequency and transmit on one GMR then the other to esablish which unit is faulty!
The faulty unit should then become apparent, the buzzing could be caused by transmisson of the faulty unit, check all Antenna connections, even change antennas over on testing as prescribed above,
good luck John.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
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