Question about Cobra 19 Ultra II CB Radio
You didn't mention if you hear the other radio. If not, here's a common problem and solution.
That's usually a defective amc stage that produces RX audio and TX modulation. It's an integrated circuit that will require a tech fixing it. You will have a transmitted carrier with no modulation, and no sound in your speaker. However, make sure you have a good mike plugged in first, and substitute a known good mike to verify it's not the mike.
However, if you hear them, and they see your signal, but no talk (modulation), then the problem is usually your mike. Try another one in this case. Thanks, Bill
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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