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SX700 2-way radio garbled

I have a Motorola SX700 2-way radio with garbled input on one of the units. When someone "calls in it cuts in and out and the communication is basically unintelligible. Typically I know it is receiving messages and can hear the other person talking but I can't make out what they are saying. The problem is the same from several metres to over a kilometre in distance. Any ideas?

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Ok sounds like there is a lose connection in the airal or the speaker so it would probably need to be repaired

your best option is to take it to a electronics repair centre near you that specialise in motorola equipment

Posted on Mar 19, 2008

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