Question about Maxon Radio Communications
I have an old magnetic mount antenna connected to a newer 40 channel CB radio. I don't hear any radio traffic on it. I have not had a CB in my pick-up for many years. but now am getting ready to go cross country on vacation. I seems that I am neither transmitting or recieving. I tried a radio check and no one answered back. Is it possible that the antenna is bad. The radio i have is almost new (i bought it in 2004) just never installed it.
Its a broken connection in the antenna coax :(
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
It could be your ant. a broken coax wire or a bad ground could cause this a could a broken or shorted wire on your mic.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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