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Lost channels in a galaxy 66v cb radio

I've lost a complete set of channels in my radio. I lost the whole 11 meter band and possibly another band. I need to know how to get my channels back. And the transmit frequency changes when you key the mike but goes back to normal on recieving

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    what is the frequence for channel 19cb radio frequencies list

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    my galaxy ham radio turns on and recieves, but it will not transmit until the radio is on for a while and warmed up. what could be the problem ?

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As far as the transmit frequency changing while you have the mic keyed this is normal, the transmit frequency is a little different than the receive, as far as the lost channels go you need to check the galaxy website and check to see if thier is any fixes listed. if none is listed then you can send the tech's a e-mail and tell them your problem and they will advise you on what to do.

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