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Midland 75-785 gets very hot within minutes of powering on

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The radio is either stuck in transmit or the RF power output section has a short in it. If there is no RECEIVE audio and the squelch is open, and the radio is not in transmit, the chances are pretty good that the audio power amplifier is shot.

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