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best way is to leave the radio in piece and obtain a linear amplifier to do the job a 10 meter ham radio amplifier will do nicely but you must re-tune it for the 27 mhz band 10 meter band is 28 mhz. RF amps work best using side-band mode.
This sounds like a problem with the MB3756 Regulator IC. It controls voltage regulation and TX/RX Switching. It is a common failure in these radios. Check voltages with schematic that can be found at CB Tricks Home Page