Question about Cobra 148 GTL 120-Channels Base CB Radio
Went to fire up the rig after it not being used for a while, and it will not work,the fuses are ok.anybody know any good rig doctors in warrington,cheshire uk
This is not uncommon if it has been stored in damp conditions. In fact it is common in electronics. It can be "dried out" using a
household electric fan heater and spraying all the control pots with pot wiper cleaner....WORTH A TRY. I know these radios,
they can be a real beast (polite way of saying (*******)
PS> Don't place it to close to the heater, at least 30 cm <
Posted on Jun 22, 2008
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