Question about Motorola OEM Compatible 6060937H02 Two-Way Radio Battery
My buddy had a loose coax on his wife's little wil antenna and blew the final in the radio. I found another final and replaced it and the power input diode that was shot. The radio powers up and the final doesn't heat up like it was doing when he brought to me, however the radio only keys aout a 1/10 of a watt. I checked the pre final and it is fine. What could be causing the non existent transmit power? Bias resistors or is it like a electrolitic is bad??? Also, I cannot find a schematice for this radio to even identify what is what.
Not knowing what kind of equipment you have, its hard to say, but .10 watt? Sounds like the buffer or driver also got involved. Usually you get 1/4-1/2 watt to the driver on a stock radio. I would also check the bias resistors like you suggested. Also check for burnt foil around the final you replaced. Good just be a slightly damaged circuit. Let me know if this helps.
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