Question about Midland Radio Communications
Try a different microphone. Could have a broken /frayed wire touching on the inside at the mic plug. or it could be plugged in the wrong way. I have seen mic plugs turned upside down and forced into the socket. if this doesn't solve your problem with a different mic. problem may lie in the radio. if its a small chasis radio there are small vertical boards that get loose. these can cause issues too. you can wiggle or press on the boards and everything works again. they just need to be re=soldered. some are very small you may want to take to someone to solder .
Posted on Oct 21, 2013
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