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Galaxy DX 88HL

I WAS WORKING ON ONE NIGHT I HAD THE CASE OFF FIXING MY ROGER BEEP WELL WE GOT THAT WORKING AND I ACCEDENTLY SET IT ON A PAIR OF PLYERS SO NOW I HAVE RX BUT NO TX

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You have shorted somethig on the circuit board. my advice to you is to carry it to a cb shop and let professionals solve your problem, a cb shop will have the proper equipment to diagnose and fix the problem. with what you described this problem is probably a little more complex than you will be able to fix yourself.

Posted on Aug 15, 2007

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