Question about Motorola MU24CVS UHF (4 Channels) 2-Way Radio
The flashing light can be an indication there is activity on the frequency the radio is set to. Pressing the monitor button should give you the white noise (static) sound, so this function is working correctly. This also tells us your speaker is working fine, as well as your volume. The typical reason you cannot go into programming mode (when you hold the PTT in while turning on the radio and hear the female voice announce your frequency) is a bad or moved internal PTT switch. This typically happens over time as a user presses ever harder on the PTT to communicate. However, this does not explain why you are not receiving. This could simply be a result of an incorrect PL code in conjunction with the bad PTT. If you have a frame removal tool, you can extract the component board and physically look at the internal PTT. You can then hold in the very small button and program the radio to the frequency/PL you desire. If you are needing the radio repaired, you can get this style unit repaired for around $69 flat rate
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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