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The marine cb radio turns on but you can't here noboby talking nor can u talk out from the cb

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Sound like either an antenna problem, or a mic problem.

The mic on most cb's also serve as transmit/receive switching. A broken wire or bad switch in the mic or cord can cause either or both to fail.

If you have a bad antenna (or cable), you should still hear squelch noise on receive (maybe lower in volume) and be able key the mic and get a transmit light on the unit. Visually inspect the connector, cable and antenna. If need be use an swr meter to prove the antenna system is bad.

Hope that helped...

Geno

Posted on Aug 01, 2008

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