Question about Radio Communications
88, hi- the problem your describing depends on whether the red keyup light stays on while it's breaking up. I'll give you some possibilities to check as all of these could cause what your describing.
1- A broken audio wire in the mic cord.
2- Dirty mic switch.
3- The mic jack starting to come loose/or has rotated.
4- Circuit board ground screws starting to come loose.
5- Make sure all coax and jumpers are screwed on tight.
Thats about all I can think of right now, one of these is causing your problem.
Hope this helps you out, let us know,, Mechanic
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