Question about Radio Communications
Hello again, fellows_golf,
Having the radio turn off when you hit the PTT does sound a lot like a battery issue. The battery either might not be charged well or it might be too old and in need of replacement.
This might also be the source of the "short burst." If the radio you are transmitting with doesn't have sufficient battery power for continuous transmission, then you might hear it transmit only for a second when listening on the other radios.
I am not familiar with this specific model so I do not know if there is a factory soft reset. I'd recommend replacing the batteries and if that doesn't change things, contacting the manufacturer Kenwood Communications via their website at http://www.kenwoodusa.com/Communications.
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Posted on Apr 22, 2008
What kind of radio? Portables? Mobile? Need a lot more info. Otherwise, based on what you have said, and only that little bit of info, it sounds like you have a portable with a battery that will not hold sufficient charge to transmit. Quite common.
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