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I have 2 Motorola Mag One BPR40 radios. When I put both of them on the same channel to communicate, one of the radios will not pick up after the first time it is keyed up. It makes a beeping noise (3 beeps)and the light turns red. It is like the battery goes immediately dead. After the first communication, it does not work anymore. Is this a bad battery?

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It does sound like the battery is mostly dead. Enough to receive but not enough to transmit.

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