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I can nir hear anthing with my Cb radio.

I had a break in my antanna, when I would after wiggling the wire a couple of times I hav no sound. the power is on and I have movement with my guages but no sound. What do you thik the problem is? I think it is my antanna.

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  • jims51 Sep 16, 2008

    I have the same problem. I know that keying up a CB or HAM radio without an antenna...or "load" attached will burn up the final amplifiers. I did the same thing...antenna coax got pulled off the antenna and I didn't know it. IF I'd had a High SWR there is on a better radio like the Galaxy...I might have avoided this problem...same with you. I guess you can replace the finals if you want to mess with it. It shouldn't be hard to do if you can find the amplifiers and get some directions. I'd like to try it, myself. In the meantime I fixing to buy a Galaxy 959.



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I agree try replacing antenae

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