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Midland 70-340A 2 ways VHF RAdio

My radio receives very well on the pre-programmed 40 CH but in Tx it make a tic-tic sound at regular intervals (repeiting sound) on all the channel and when I press the button on the Mic.

What is that..?

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It sounds like interference.. I wouldn't worry about it too much.

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