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Very likely the battery. But first, try these things: make certain the mic hole s not clogged, it is tiny. Clean the battery contacts on the radio AND the battery. Get them shiny! Try again. If static persists, try another battery or buy a new one. There is no easy repair.
Static can be a sign of a bad or poorly charged battery. Try trading batteries with a known good unit and see if the problem is solved. If so, replace the battery. Other issues which might cause static are a bad speaker or other internal issues.
Contant static can be a sign of a bad battery. Try trading the battery pack between the units to see if the problem moves to the other radio. If so, you need to replace your battery pack. Any other problem related to static would not be able to be resolved, as the T4500 is non-repairable.
Two things come to mind. First, you may have a bad battery. It is typical for a bad battery to cause the radio to have static, or poor transmit. Second, you may not have the radios set to the same frequency as one another, or one is on a narrowband frequency, and the other is wideband. (Depending on the age of the two units.)
Try switching the batteries between a working radio and the staticy radio. See if the problem moves to the other radio. If so, replace your batteries.
Check your programming, if you don't know how, contact your local Motorola dealer or give us a call (google our name). We can walk you through programming over the phone.
Lastly, if all these suggestions fail, your radio may be in need of repair. Flat rate repair is currently around $69 ea.
If you are sitting on the bike the left coil has an orange/white wire on the top and a white wire on the bottom.The HT leads go to plugs 1 4.The right coil has an orange/white lead on the top and a black/yellow wire on the bottom.The other HT leads go to 2 3.It doesnt matter which HT lead goes to either plug as thboth HT leads on the same coil fire at the same time (wasted spark system).Hope this has helped or you have already sorted it out.
Constant static is a sign of either a bad/low battery or a defective radio. Sorry. You might try switching the batteries from a known good radio to this one to see if the problem is solved. Clean your battery contacts with a pencil eraser to assure good connection. If changing the battery does not solve the problem, the radio is defective and will need retired.
For this concern that you're looking for the user manual for this device , you can go to this link then download the user manual save a copy of the manual to your computer or print it out for future use.
I have a samsung HT-AS720S surround system it is 21 months old. the right speaker has popping and static coming from it, had to disconnect it. Moved wire to another speaker-same thing. Contacted samsung tech to help, went through a number of test they said I have to send it in for repair. Warranty is only one year.
I also have a problem with the sound when watching tv it goes from normal to very quit, it's irritating-no matter how high I turn it up the base goes up but volume stays down. On shows that are on DVR all sound is good. Watching a DVD is also good.
One of the main causes of static can be a bad battery. If you are using rechargeable batteries you need to replace them every 14-18 months. If you are using alkaline batteries, they have been known not to fully power the radio once your cross the 10 hour mark. Your radio would then be operating in somewhat of a brown out. This would lead to static.
Another cause of static is simply being nearly out of range of the other radio(s).
The burst of white noise at the end of Rx on some radios can be rather annoying. On the basic talkabout radios there is nothing which can be done to solve the problem, other than replacing the radio.