20 Most Recent Connex Cx-3600Hp 3600Hp 10 Meter 100 Watt Cb Radio Questions & Answers

Use a longer antenna or get it higher..
102" whip for mobiles.
maco v 5/8, army big stik, or Bandit for base. or a long beam 5 or 6 element type.
for example..

Connex Cx-3600Hp... | Answered on Nov 18, 2015

your power switch it faulty as there is a drop in voltage
does the meters dim down?? then the voltage supply past the power switch it dropping as it draws more current or... the audio ic has damage or one of its associated capactors sometimes a diode can become leeky its used for AM modulation also

Connex Cx-3600Hp... | Answered on Nov 23, 2014

This means that your swr is high. you can damage the radio using it in this condition, check antenna and coax for damage or misinstallation

Connex Cx-3600Hp... | Answered on Sep 14, 2014

You've been close to another big radio......you think that was a question but I believe it is the answer. The rf amp transitor or the diodes in that circuit have been damaged. So that stage of amplification is not stepping it up for the next. Resulting in the electrical power converted to air audio by speaker isnt available. Cb shops refer to this as a blow front end. Tr17 is the transistor location .......just a side note some radios have a mic circuit check that dulls audio levels this is not the case here.

Connex Cx-3600Hp... | Answered on Jun 14, 2014

Great Question. I'm not sure if Galaxy would work on a Connex . Copper Electronics has a repair department and would probably fix it for you. I'd offer but I don't have a lot of spare time right now. It's probably the power connection inside of the radio or one of the legs on the main volatage regulator broke loose from the pc bpaurd. That's a common problem with those radios.

Connex Cx-3600Hp... | Answered on Feb 21, 2014

if your swr is higher on 1 then on 40 then your antenna is electrically short and you have to lenghten the antenna.If it is higher on 40 then on 1 then it is long and you have to shorten it. If you have to make it longer then you may have to add a quick disconnect or a coiled spring to make it longer. To make it shorter all you have to do is trim a 1/4 in at a time off the antenna whip but you must keep checking the match until it gets down below 1.5 .

Connex Radio... | Answered on Oct 03, 2018

Have you tried keying it without the coax attached ? Take the mic apart and give it a squirt of electrical parts cleaner .Try using a different mic also.

Connex Radio... | Answered on Oct 03, 2018

If you disable any part of the radio that does not pertain to CB then you could actually do damage to the radio. the best thing to do is leave it on the CB band and don't touch it.

Connex Radio... | Answered on Oct 03, 2018

the radio is searching for a strong incoming signal and until it gets one it will search for one. Try turning off the scan button .

Connex Radio... | Answered on Oct 03, 2018

many trucks have a ground wire in the harness as the cabins are fibre glass or not grounded around the cabin mounts If the radio grounds out through the frame , then there would be no ground for the radio or the aerial wire
to fit this particular may require such a wire in the harness for the radio which it probably doesn't have
As you have been alerted to a problem, it would be advisable to talk with professional radio fitters who work on trucks to get the correct advice before starting on the job
it could save a lot of frustration

Connex Radio... | Answered on Nov 23, 2017

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