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Battery is fully charged, but radio constantly beeps and light flashes red then green. Even if battery is charged overnight problem continues. Any advice would be appreciated.

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Bad battery, Buy new one on ebay. Carl

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Some times contacts on the battery get an invisible film preventing them from making good contact. Take the battery off of the radio and use a pencil eraser on the battery contacts and on the radio contacts then put it back together and see if that helps.

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I have a IC-F11 wont turn on.i check fuse.need help

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Are you sure if the battery is working fine? how old is the battery? The problem can be on the batery the have several bateries inside and if one of these bateries is dead the batery will show this kind of syntoms

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