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I have a motorola mts2000 and it just started having sound come from both the earpiece and the mic. I have tried several different commports and mics and it still has not fixed the problem.

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    eradiostore May 11, 2010

    Could you better describe the sound? Is it white noise as in squelching? Or is it more of a motorboat sound?

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Hello,

Try this,

Remove the battery, let the radio sit for about 5 minutes. Replace the battery WITH the mic attatched to the radio and turn the radio on.
Hope this helps, Bill,

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