My name is Guillermo, and I'm from Argentina. I have 2 Two Way Radio
FV200, and the worked perfectly until a few days ago. Now, i have the
following problem: i can't receive a transmission from one of the
handies (only one). If the number 1 transmits, the number two receives,
but if the number two transmits, the number one does not receives. If I set the "receiving test" (or however its name is) in the menu of the one that does not normally receives, it starts receiving, but just during the time that this function lasts. Please help me, thank you very much.
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Re: One of both Devices doesn't receive
Lo que le llamas prueba de recepcion me parece que es abrir el squelch, me da la impresion que si funciona el radio con el SQ abierto, si recibe en este estado aparentemente tendra problemas con este circuito, este radio si no estoy mal, no tiene codigos de eliminacion de ruido, revisa ese dato ya que para que el radio reciba si posee esta funcion debera de coincidir tanto en canal como en ese codigo.(Mismo canal, mismo codigo en ambos radios).
Revisa si el radio tiene codigos de eliminacion, si no, este radio tendra problemas de SQ, me parece que no podras hacer mucho por el.
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The problem you have is a problem many others have with these little radios, you only have to read through the other entries on this sight to see that you are not alone.
Motorola is a good brand/Make, but these little units are mass produced under licence in China for a price, and to a specific standard.
My advice, as it has been given to others with your problem, is to buy a reasonable radio, say a 5 watt CB radio HH on ebay, with charger. they are reasonably priced and if something goes wrong, there is always help available to fix them.
You only get what you pay for, and this is very true with radio equipment.
Sorry, that I can't help with your radio, but a better quality radio always gets a fix. To people who take this hobby seriously, we refer to these Chinese made units as toys...
You could have a bad battery, bad speaker or corrosion damage to the component board. The only one of these which you could correct would be the battery. Try placing a known good battery pack in the radio and see if it corrects the problem. If so, replace the battery pack, if not, retire the radio.
Check your programming to be certain they are set identically. If this checks out, you can try swapping the batteries and see if the problem is a power problem. If this does not solve the problem then you have a defective radio.
Use scanning to monitor channels for transmissions or to find someone
in your group who has accidentally changed channels.
1. Short press MENU until the "Z" appears. The current setting
On/Off will flash.
2. Press either + or – to turn On or Off.
3. Press the PTT to confirm or MENU to continue set up.
First I would check the interference code on both radios to see if it is set the same. It is possible you have one set to zero and the other set to another number. This would cause the problem you describe. The interference eliminator is designed to block out transmissions from radios whose settings do not match it.
If all your settings are identical, and you have only 2 radios, it is not possible to tell which one has the problem. You either have one with no transmit or one with no receive. The only way to tell which you have is to get a 3rd radio involved, set to the same settings.