Question about Galaxy Radios DX-949 40-Channels Base CB Radio
I think Ihooked up the power cord backwords, now the radio doesnt turn on. when I contected the radio to my 12V power source it doesnt work, what part usually blow, or what can I do to fix this problem, plaese help. Thanks
There is a protection diode at the back of the radio right under where the power comes in. If you replace the diode the radio should work, if not you need to replace the PLL also.
King Fish 034
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
Lol buy it for parts???? another crook if you hooked it up back wards it is a very simple fix the radio is worth fixing for sure simply replace the rectifier diode behind the power input done!
cost about 40 cents dont sell your radio for parts !
Posted on Jan 05, 2008
Dixie Outlaw, that is not right to try to take advantage of someone who just blew their protection diode. Techs like you are why I started working on cb radios so there would be some honest technicians out here.
Listen to the other two, DO NOT SELL YOUR RADIO FOR PARTS. It is a cheap fix and any honest technician will fix it for $10 to $15. If I were close to you, I would do it for you. But for me, you have to come all the way to TX, lol.
I just purchased some of these diodes from parts express, which I have a dealers account with them, and they cost me $0.02 each. Don't let someone do you wrong.
Mt. Vernon, TX
Posted on Jan 23, 2008
Their is a protection diode on the inside of the radio that will be a simple fix. Should not cost over $10 to get it fixed by a cb tech. The diode is a cheap part that costs less than $1. Oh yeah its located at the input behind the plug inside the radio. Note the location of the banded end.
Posted on Oct 07, 2007
Hopefully your radio was fused,(usually on the red wire in a case) if not yuur machine is probably no good.
Posted on Mar 11, 2007
If it was hooked up backwards it will more that likely cost you more that the radio is worth as these radios were already cheap price and quality radios anyway. If you decide you want to sell it I might be interested in it for parts only as I operate a CB Shop
Posted on Aug 30, 2007
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