Question about Radio Communications
How is your antenna? Do you have another 2 M radio? Try feeding a dummy load and listening on another radio nearby. Look at the display when you transmit. Does it show the right frequency? If you have the offset wrong and it is taking you outside the band, it will likely not transmit. Do you have a power meter? Does the rig's current drain go up when you try to transmit? (Does the power supply keep the voltage up when you try to transmit?) Supply voltage dropping will cause the rig to NOT actually transmit.
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