Question about Radio Communications
Take a volt meter and insert one probe into the antenna socket and the other end to receive pin on the mic plug check to see if needle moves.If it doesn't you have found your problem but if it does then go to the ic and find ground.Check meter keep working backwards till you find your problem.
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