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Radio does not come in and hold the radio siglen

Itryed so many times to get this thing to work when i tune in the radio the best i can and start to drive eveerytyime the signal is gone what can i do

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Re: radio does not come in and hold the radio siglen

If you give me a basic layout of the radios workings I might be able to help you. What frequency does it operate on? What Mode (am or fm) does it operate? Whats the intended use of these radios? How are they meant to function? How are you using them? Etc etc

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