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Volume problem My volume is very low and I can never turn it louder as my other one same model T5100 motorola. What can I do to fix this problem.

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The only thing to do is to send it to the factory for repair. If it is in warranty I would do this, if not, then it would probably be cheaper to purchase another radio

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How can I reset the volume control? All of a sudden, I can barely hear with the volume set at max.


You do not mention the type of Motorola radio so this answer will be general. You may have a problem with your volume potentiometer, Receive (Rx) sensitivity, or a speaker problem.
The volume pot on a 2-way radio is a common failure item, and will after repeated use possibly fail, or get dead spots. Try backing off your volume to 75% and see if it is louder at this setting. If so, you have a bad volume pot.
Rx sensitivity can be caused by various internal problems with the radio,and some models are more prone to this than others. Operating your radio at full volume most of the time can bring this issue to the forefront. (Tip: Try running your radios at 80-90% volume vs. full volume to alleviate this problem.) If this is your issue, your effected radios are in need of repair. Most repair facilities (including ours) can correct Rx sensitivity in most models during a repair.
Speaker problems: If you work in an environment where dirt, debris or metal shavings can get inside the speaker, your speaker may fail over time. Or if you run your radio at full volume the majority of the time it can cause your speaker to fail.
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Here is a link to the talk about user guides where you will find similar models to your T5100. You can look at the freq. charts in these guides. http://shop.giantintl.com/Manuals.asp?offset=30

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Very low volume. tubes all good antenna ok.


Check the external speaker jack, clean it with WD-40. Also connect external speaker and check audio if audio is ok then problem is in your external jack.

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Low volume won't turn up


Possibly a bad volume potentiometer, or you are using narrowband and wideband radios together, or your radio is in need of repair/replacement.

Repost your question if it is still a problem and list the model of radio and any other pertanent information to the problem.

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If you are talking about a new from the factory radio, there is no way to increase volume. If you are talking about an existing radio which has lost volume over time, short of cleaning the grill of debris, and using a known good battery, there is no fix for low receive audio.

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Check the grill in front of the speaker area for debris or plugged holes. Check the transmitting radio for debris blocking the mic hole. When turning volume up on the radio, do not max out the volume knob, back it off slightly for best sound. If these do not help, your radio is probably malfunctioning and needs replaced.

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Check the speaker grill and the mic hole for dirt or debris.

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Hi,

In most Motorola T5XXX series/models, pressing the + button while powering on enables/disables the roger beep (release of PTT button).

Good luck and kind regards.

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