Question about Audio Players & Recorders
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...
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