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I have a connex 4600 turbo very good radio!! But the other day I keyed up my mic and the radio shut off but came right back on when let go. Do u know what that might be?

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Check for any loose power connections.. ground connections.. loose coax.. also make sure vehicle is on so not to drain battery down when TXing. if it was off it may have dropped battery voltage down lower than it should... and turned off.. RX doesn't use hardly any ampres..

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