Question about Maxon MCB-40 40-Channels Handheld CB Radio
Hello, My Name Is John, Lets see if I can help you. First you will need a soldering iron, screw driver, solder. Unplug the radio, take the cover off, notice where the pins are at the mike connection, re-solder them and that should do it, but look at the joints on the circuit board, that they are not cracked , if so, re-solder them also ....hope this helps...
Posted on Jul 18, 2010
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