Question about Connex 3300 240-Channels Base CB Radio
Not having the radio in front of me,I would check the following things.
1: Loose wire on the antenna connector inside the radio. (cols solder joint)
2.Turn radio upside down with covers off, look for bad connections on the legs of the buffer, driver, or final. Also check the voltage regulator. It should be mounted on the side of the chassis on the same side the mike connector is. If you don;t see any loose connections I would suspect a bad final, or a bad connection in the antenna sysem.
When you say high band wiorks great, I would lean more on the antenna system. Some antennas do not Broadband well. A good going over on the system from coax to antenna is a good idea. Check for ground, corrision, swr. etc.
The thing that gets me going is when things get warm it works better. Well when things get warm, they expand and possibly a bad connection can fix itself.
The connex radio is a good radio, but a big truck can play hell with the circuit board.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
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