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I have a load noise ,like a beep or a ring with I transmit. I receive fine but on the other end they heard a load ring or buzz over my voice. I hooked up another raido to my antenna and it works fine so I guess it is in the radio. CB was purchased Aug 2009.

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Sounds like a mic. cord / connector problem. Try annother mic.
c/w cord to varify.

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To transmit to a radio that has QT noise filtering turned on:

1. Select the same channel and Interference Eliminator Code as the other radio.

2. Press 'musical note' button to send a call tone. This allows your voice to pass through the QT

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Turning the Radio On and Adjusting the Volume

1) Press and hold the key to turn the radio ON.

2) To change the volume level press the volume/monitor up or down key to increase or decrease the volume level.

3) Press and hold the key to turn the radio OFF.

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Your radio emits a beep each time one of the keys (except for the PTT button and call key) is pressed.
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Press and hold the call key while turning ON the radio.

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Talking on Your Radio

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Your GMR325-2 radio is equipped with a call tone that will be transmitted when the call key is pressed.

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