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I have a Midland 75-822 that I run off adapter power all the time. How do I turn off the battery save function? With it pulsing the power on and off I miss the firt syllable when someone transmits.

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  • Their is no power save mode on this CB in the terms I think your thinking of. There is a high and low power that deals with how much power the CB puts out when transmitting that will make your battery last longer but this would have no bearing on the issue you are having.

  • If you are using a power cord all the time then remove the batteries from the CB until you need them. There are two thumb clips you pull down on and pop the compartments off (one is for rechargeable and one is for regular Alkaline batteries).

  • If the CB is actually powering on and off you have a power feed issue such as a bad connection, a failing power feed socket, a weak inline fuse on the power cord about to blow or something internal is malfunctioning.

  • Hope this helps.

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