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One radio doesn't transmit voice

Radios are brand new and charged overnight.

One radio does everything it's supposed to, the other receives great, transmits "call signal" great but does not transmit voice at all.

I've checked all settings and they appear to be identical. Did I miss something?

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    One radio doesnt transmit, need help!



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I think there defective. I'd return them.

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