Question about Boating
The unit on my boat occasionally transmits a buuuuup and other times not. I have tried changing the mike, worked for a bit then did the same. Seems to be worse if I speak straight into the mike but not always. Regards, Tim
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hold down the 88/pri and the DW buttons while switching on the radio into programming mode. You'll then need the programming soft and hardware to read the radio., add the 27mhz channels and write it back to the radio. The GX300 can only store additional freq. in the p1-p0 modes
Posted on May 05, 2010
This is almost always caused by a poor ground. I would suggest you run your ground wire (larger the better) back right to the negative terminal of the battery.
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Posted on Sep 09, 2010
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