One of my devices works with sound, noises, etc., but the other one just gives me nothing. I let the charge go completely down to no charge, and still nothing. Trying to get any transmission, but nada. Any suggestions. Haven't used them extensively so it could be operator error.
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Re: Can't get any reception or sound
Initially, have you tried a full hard reset? If not, pls remove the battery from the compartment. Most Motorola GPRS/FRS would reset and revert back to factory default settings (assuming no internal hardware fault) when un-powered (not only drained) for a considerable period of time (from a few minutes to a couple of hours).
Pls post back for any development(s) or even the lack of it.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Good luck and kind regards.
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Several things need to be checked. Fully charged battery. Antenna, make certain it s tight and unbroken. Wiggle the antenna while receiving, if reception improves, it is the antenna or the antenna jack. Then wiggle the on/off vol switch, same thing, if reception improves, it is broken or needs to be resoldered. Then I check the speaker. Speakers gather metal particles, as they get more and more, the speaker distorts and it sounds like static. Use a powerful magnet, run it over the speaker grill and see if anything comes out. I put plastic wrap on the magnet for easy cleaning. It could still be a bad speaker. Last, I check programming. All of this is done at our shop regularly and I suspect most radio shops follow the same procedures, maybe in a different order. Post if this helps or not.
If it was working before you re-programmed it, it is possible that your programming did not take. Recommend reprogramming it using Chirp (available for free on Internet). Make sure your programming cable works and software is talking to the radio. If you downloaded the previous software program from the radio, make the appropriate changes and then upload.
If this is not working, please provide info about programming cable and software being used.
As this is such a fine radio, I would take it to the radio doctor for a once over check-up, The technician will find the problem and give you an estimate of cost to repair the fault, Take care of you radio, it's a great unit that should give you many more years of service.
The noise blanker settings on the TS-450S (and S/AT) are true noise blankers and should not be thought of as a DSP device or something that they are not, like a notch filter or IF shift and etc. They will do a fine job of eliminating ignition noise as well as eliminating the electric mixer or blender noise from the kitchen...... however they will not remove static crashes or quieten those atmospheric noises on 75 meters during summer time thunderstorm season activity.
The T6310 is a disposable radio. Assuming the programming is correct, and matching on each of your radios, and you are using good batteries, there is nothing which can be done to correct the problem. We would however, suggest you double check your programming, and also the age of your batteries.
Sidenote: Rechargeable batteries only last 18-24 months before they begin to fail. Signs of failure can include, but are not limited to, poor transmit, intermittent transmit, white noise, squelching sounds. It takes more energy to transmit than to receive, so your transmit would be the first to go.
I have seen a lot of those radios that has a "factory problem" to determ this fist check that:
Both radios must to have same channel and same Code. Basically has to have the same numbers on display.
Check if one of them has the Quiet Tone.
Work in any area?--- if you have a Pair of radios they must to work between each other, mostly of this radios works in FRS frequencies as a Talk About from Motorola
This radios can present some problems with frequency error, but if you have no the necesary equipment you could not to ajust it.
I hope this tips can hel you