Question about Radio Communications
sounds like a power problem. Have you checked the inline fuses - maybe one of them is blown. How about the power lead have you checked to make sure there is power there for the unit. Easiest way to test the power is to go to K-Mart or Walmart and buy a 12volt Tester from the Car Section. There are a couple of different ones in Australia. The one with that is black in color with a wire out the back and a spike I have found to be very good and it gives a few different voltages. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 17, 2007
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