Question about Clear-Com Radio Communications
Posted by Anonymous on
The mic element has probably gone bad. You can verify this with a multimeter, measuring between pins 1 and 2 you should see either infinity or 50-400 ohms depending on the element. If you get open circuit that is confirmation the mic element is bad.
Posted on May 01, 2018
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