Question about Icom M302 VHF Radio
I have a twin engine outboard boat and when i have my engine off i don't have any issues with my vhf. Once i turn either engine on i get a hum in my vhf speaker. It does not matter what engine is on. Do i have a bad filter in my vhf. I also don't get the hum in my stereo system pulling off the same power source as the vhf. Any ideas?
I have the same unit. i get interferance from my depth finder wire touching the antena wire off the back of the radio. make sure that no wires are touching the antena wire.
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
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