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Motorola T5210 does not receive

I have a pair of Motorola T5210 Walkabout radios. One no longer receives; it shows a quick flashing indicator light which seems to imply a busy channel. There is also a very faint squelch type tone - I have to hold it to my ear to hear this, and it is independent of the volume control. Is this repairable at a reasonable cost?

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Are you sure that the radios share the same sub audible tone? Look at your owner manual for the section dealling with (and different people call it different things) ie: CTCSS, DCS, Private tone, code...etc... make sure that the tones are the same on both radios... this is usually the smaller number on the display.

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