Question about Radio Communications
You'll have to send it back to Yaesu for repair. I know it is going to cost more than you really want to pay, but it is so easy to damage the radio when you open it up. I know, I damaged my VX-5R trying to repair the antenna connector - it doesn't take much to make a mistake on those tiny mutiband handhelds. Electro-static discharge did it to mine. If you change antennas on your radio, always short the SMA connector with an alligator clip, then do the same to the antenna. Do this with the radio turned OFF. The surface mount technology they use to jam so much into such a small space is desined also to make it practically impossible for you to work on it. Sorry I couldn't be much help to you.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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This is the stock mic wiring but why bother just order a RoadKing 56 it is already wired for your radio. I suggest Copper.com dont even consider a Skythumper it is cheaper but the quality is not there.
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