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Intermittent High pitch squeals

I'm getting an intermittent squeal/squawking noise on my radio. Changing channels makes no difference. Any suggestions?

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  • breton_thoen Jul 10, 2010

    It's a Kenwood XL Freetalk that I have connected to an Autocom Super Pro AVI communication system to enable bike to bike communication. It happens when I'm just listening. The friend I'm riding with has the exact same equipment and his works fine. We've tried switching to numerous different channels and the problem persists.

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Other than check your wiring for rubbed spots or loose connections, I don't know. maybe try swapping parts one at time with your buddy. maybe your headset?

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