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Troubleshooting? when the cb is one, there is a lot of static as well as my radio being walked one/over by higher transmits. how do i eliminate the static and how do i raise my transmit to a higher level?

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You could peak and tweek it to a legal limit. A local CB Shop should be able to help if they do repairs. Good Luck
Ed
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Mills, Wyoming

Posted on Jan 07, 2008

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