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Check SWR on Antenna
Check Mic
Make sure its set to AM
Set it to "D" Band

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I believe that if the radio is not tuned to the antennae it can take out the transmit crystals and the radio will be inoperative. You will have to take it to a shop that works on CB Radios to have it checked.

Posted on Jul 31, 2009

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