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We have about fourty HT1000 radios that are all exibiting the identical problems. there is no TX and the RX is at around 80db.

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Since you have such a large quantity with the same problem, it is possible if these radios have been reprogrammed, retuned, or even possibly had a power surge while attached to their chargers. These would be the items we would investigate first. Sometimes a well-meaning programmer can clone a problem into multiple radios.

Send or take several (a good sample) of your radios to a Motorola dealer for more analysis.

Best regards.

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