Question about Cobra 148 GTL 120-Channels Base CB Radio
I have a Cobra 148 that works fine on USB and LSB but has no TX power on AM. Please help.
Radio dude, What you have is a blown am regulator. The sideband side does not use the mentioned transistor. They use a few different numbers here for the am regulator. One of them is a 2sc1419. On the Uniden Grant they put the transistor on the rear right above the antenna jack. On the 148 they put the transistor back in the right rear of the radio as your looking inside on the speaker side. Fixing it includes unsoldering the transistor and purchasing a replacement and resoldering it back in. This transistor is bolted to the side rail in the rear. I usually use a ECG152 as a replacement. It's not unusual to blow this one if the radio has been tuned. Let me know if your comfortable swapping it out. Otherwise it needs to go to a shop with a decent tech that won't take you to the cleaners. Let me know,, Mechanic
Posted on Feb 21, 2008
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