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One of the T6210 radio will send and receive. The other will send but not receive

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The one which will not receive possibly has a different interference eliminator code from the first unit. Check your programming. Your freq., code and Qt filter (if any) must match identically. If everything matches and you still cannot receive, you have a bad radio.
http://www.giantintl.com/RadioPDFs/Outdated%20Manuals/T6200_User_Manual_E.pdf

Posted on Jul 03, 2009

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The first thing which comes to mind is a bad battery pack. You might try switching the batteries between the two units and see if the problem moves to the other unit.

Secondly, if you only have two radios, it could be the opposite radio has poor receive. You could have a damaged or defective speaker in the receiving unit.

Third, check the speaker grill and mic holes on both units to see they are clear of debris.

If all these items check out, you may need to eventually replace the defective radio. However, to determine which one is defective by trying them with a known good radio.

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It sounds like you may have internal corrosion damage, possibly from the battery situation or from having been damp at some time. If cleaning the battery contact with a pencil eraser doesn't do the trick, you are out of luck. This model is not repairable, as parts and schematics are not available, it would need to be replaced. Here is a link to the owners manual http://www.usersmanualguide.com/motorola/2-way_radio/t6210

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