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Mtx8000 I have an mtx 800 ,do not have a good battery for it.When I install the battery eliminator and turn it on I only recieve a solid tone that will not subside until radio is turned off. Please advise possible problem.Thanks,Chris

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  • Chris Sucharzewski Mar 06, 2007

    Sorry for the poor post- I meant an mtx 8000-

  • Chris Sucharzewski Mar 07, 2007

    Thank you so much for the help.

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This tone indicates that there is a problem with the radio, I tried to find in the service manaual the meaning and just says " due to nature of fatal ROM and RAM errors it may not be possible to present an error code on the display, in there cases the radio will attempt to display the aproriate error code, generate an ellegal mode tone for one second and reset its Up." I hope this can help you

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