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Re: Raymarine 215 DSC radio mic
Hello myrtlbch1, For replacement microphones for the Ray 215 DSC you can contact the manufacturer via their website http://www.raymarine.com. It appears there are two different versions available, a traditional style handheld microphone and a multi-function handset style mic. Hope this helps! Ken "Go Ahead. Use Us."
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Not to sure, but I take it that you are looking for a microphone for the Ray 215 DSC VHF Marine radio, is this correct?
If so, then you could do one of the following: go to your nearest 2-way radio repair shop, as they always have spare parts and could find a suitable match for your radio, search the web or log onto ebay, apart from that, I couldn't suggest anything more. I hope that I understood your query, as it was a little short on detail.
Wishing you well and best regards from the FixYa team.
There is no way to make that radio VHF capable, CB radio's operate in the AM band, and most, if not all VHF radio's operate in the FM band. CB radio's are not capable of VHF frequencies either, VHF is considered around 40MHz and above, CB radio's operate between 26.965 MHz and 27.405MHz that is considered 11 meter band HF. CB radio's are not broadbanded enough to cover anything that far away, expecially the newer radio's, as most of them are controlled via a microcontroller and PLL tuning circuit. the 19DXIV is a great little radio, but will never be able to operate in or even around VHF. sorry.
This secret code is for the Raytheon / Raymarine RAY 220 VHF. It may work on other Raytheon/Raymarine radios also.
Here you go:
With the Power OFF, Press and HOLD the FUNC, 16/9 and DSC keys while you power ON. Do not release the keys until you hear the audio BEEP which means your done. Then reprogam your NMSI number as per the manual. Pretty easy, hey?
For replacement microphones for the Ray 215 DSC you can contact the manufacturer via their website http://www.raymarine.com. It appears there are two different versions available, a traditional style handheld microphone and a multi-function handset style mic.
Typically there is an inline fuse in the power cord. It is not built into the back of the unit. If access to the back is restricted, they should have cut out the fuse and installed it near the power buss that the power cord is attached to. How was it flush mounted if you don't have access to the back of the unit? It's not possible to attach the flush mount brackets without access. It's possible that the radio is held in place using sealant. If you are sure there's no way to pull the panel, try gently prying the radio out of the hole working around the edge to break the seal.