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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Red Lights
Check your microphone connection. There may be a short in your mic plug. Some radios require a microphone to be connected in order to receive. If you recently changed microphones, be certain it is wired for your particular radio. Hope this helps. Also, do not use radio if this condition still exists as damage will occur.
Posted on Nov 24, 2006
To determine if your PC will simply not connect or if really your wireless AP/Router, please download NetStumbler, install and run. The software will determine if there is an AP within your immediate area (including yours/high signal strength), if there is & it is yours, then it is configuration problem, it none or some but weak (low signal/not yours) then it is a hardware problem and would most probably require replacement. Most of the time, the cost/time of repair would make the purchase of a new one more reasonable. If your Wireless Ap/Router was detected by NetStumbler, then perhaps what you need is to re-configure your system/set-up again.
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Posted on Nov 16, 2007
If it is a Chevy then the antenna wire will not fit in the first place. best buy sells an adapter that ill extend that wire and make it the right size. The wire is like 7 to 10 dollars.
Posted on Apr 14, 2008
Reverse the wires, one is hot going up and the other hot going down, the easiest way to deal with this is to just reverse them.
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
SOURCE: Antenna motor runs while the radio is on or off. The antenna is stuck in the extended position. When the car is shut off the antenna motor continues to run to retract the antenna, but it doesn't go
You need to pull the fuse for the antenna or just unplug it. It has a fairly ridgid plastic wire that pushes the antenna up and down. Works fine until the wire breaks then it rolls up (antenna down) but it never increases resistance because the antenna never comes down , it's like a fishing reel when the lure breaks off, so the motor thinks that the antenna is still coming down and it will run and run and run trying to do it's job. Your lucky it stuck up and not down. If you want your antenna to go up and down again you'll have to buy and install a new one.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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