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GALAXY 88 HIGHT STATIC IN THE RECEIVE ..

I have two galaxy 88's one works perfect but the other transmits fine,but im getting alot of static noise in the receive. please help thanks

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My 88 does the same thing . When it warms up it will pick up a lot of static but I know that it will go away as soon as I get away from all electrical interfearence , such as floresent lights. The radio will also pick up static from anything electrical in your vehicle .

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Could also be off-frequency.
RX circuit mis-aligned.

(or, as always... snake in radio... worst problem of all :)

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Hi,

If the antenna for the other properly operating radio is used with the radio with the noise and you are getting the static then we can assume it is the radio. If you hear signals with the static, that is, it does receive communications at the same time, there may be a problem with the noise reduction circuitry, or a defective component(s) in the receiver. Without knowing your experience I would suggest taking to a radio shop.

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