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Posted on Jan 03, 2011

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    Richard Dickinson Jan 13, 2011

    there is a diod inside the radio behind the transformer its black with a white stripe on one end it needs to be change out. you might be able to see it burned and that would be the one to change. and it needs to go back in the way you took it out or take it to a cb shop to fix it about $10.00 to fix it at a cb shop..


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