Question about Radio Communications
Hi saskatoon, my name is John. Sounds like you have a mic. wire off the plug or loose.First try another mic. If its OK, then its the mic. Unscrew the mic plug from the radio, then remove the two(2) tiny screws at the end of plug, and one (1) tiny screw located about the middle of the plug, then carefully slide it backwards to expose the wiring, observe the wiring, if any wires are off, re solder them.........hope this was very helpful....
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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