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Washington base yes my uncle has a washington base he bought it in about 1996 . talked on it for year with no prob .. now it has not power it he trys to adjust the vr7 it will not bring up the power what could it be the most he can get is 3 watt am . 5 watt ssb anyone got any ideas

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    daylonrrober Feb 04, 2009

    i will try to replace them and let ya know how it works thanks for your help

  • daylonrrober
    daylonrrober Feb 20, 2009

    i replaced the transistors and it works again it was a 289 that was bad thanks for the help my uncle is back to talking now

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If he has a REAL watt meter not one of these FAKE reading meters it is doing all it is capable of doing. One question is he checking it on the same antenna or a dummy load and is he using the same watt meter he used years ago? these are all honest issues. Seek out a local Ham operator see if he has a good watt meter or go to your local Motorola Radio Shop see if they have a Bird Watt meter if that radio reads as indicated on the bird or similar watt meter there is nothing wrong with the radio to start with.

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