Question about Radio Communications
I can't hear anybody,but they can hear me
You have transmit and voice out good..Finals are good and preamps on 27 mhz. Recieve could be speaker. Change External speaker with a Radio Shack plug in External 4 inch speaker with male jack. Turn volume up halfway. Turn off squelch counterclockwise to hissing noise. Turn off Noiseblank NB switch to off. Turn off Dynasquelch switch(options on new models) Turn Off ANL to off or on back and forth till truckers or friend is heard the loudest. If still cannot hear could be capacitor, transistor or the worst thing ever 32 pin IC chips(OH NO! throw in garbage unless you have a Cb repair shop-Radio Shack repairs their own(REALISTIC BRANDS RADIO SHACK. INC) LET CB SHOP HAVE A LOOK SEE OR A REPAIR MAN OF ELECTRONICS RADIO OR TV GUY. SOME JUST WORK TV'S BUT RADIO IS WHAT YOU NEED.16 or 32 PIN IC'S ARE VERY MICRO AND WON'T HANDLE HEAT OR STATIC CHARGE OF CARPET
-walking on carpet and zap with finger like a wizard. Bip its gone $100 chip shot to pieces-or atleast it will cost that when you order from Tokyo Japan with Shipping charges-Agonizing!
Posted on Jul 22, 2013
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