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hi I had the same problem on my cobra uk 29 ltd st night watch it turned out to be dry solder joints if you remove the top cover and look to the right of the board you should see a oblong silver protector cover i found if i taped it lightly it worked then it didnt so i removed it the dry joints were under there hope this helps.
We all know one is not "supposed" to up the power on a standard CB to more than 4 puny watts...lol. Get your favorite local technician to do a good combination of power/modulation final tuning. Excellent modulation is what really makes the difference, along with a strong power mike. Cobras are known for good quality modulation! Thanks, Bill
you start by replacing every electr cap as most cb radios live in a hostile enviorment, They ALL suffer from dried up electolite. if the set is old ,that will be you first step,if you are up to speed with desoldering with out lifting copper tracks/etc, no reason why you can't have a go...do not shift trim pots or tuning can slugs
with out marking their factory positions as this can end up in a