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Re: low sound on incoming
Have you checked your squelch control? try turning it completly counter clockwise this should un-squelch your receiver and increase the sound, however this might also be a sign of poor reception which would indicate a bad anntena, poor grounding or coaxial cable. Check and or replace these items before continuing. If replacing these do not help your situation then the unit itself has a problem. I would suggest that you take it to a radio repair shop and get the work done by a professional, since there are not user serviceable parts in the device.
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You've probably already done this, but make sure all the basic settings are correct. CB-PA switch is in CB mode, Squelch is turned to the left, RF Gain is turned to the right, etc. After all that, and you still have nothing, I would try using another microphone. If you have a spare mic or a friend with a spare mic, borrow it. Just make sure its wired the same as yours is. (If it's a cobra 4-pin, it most likely will work.) Now if that doesn't fix it, then the most likely problem is in the MIC/AUDIO circuit. You'll need someone with experience to replace the necessary parts. In radio troubleshooting, always start with the basics: Correct Connections Proper input Voltage (Power) Correct Settings (Vol, Sql, RF-G, etc) Antenna (properly matched) I hope this helps a little...
Try opening that "Ant A, B" device and apply some fresh solder to all the components inside. Also you can try to by-pass that device using the connector below. One end connects the cable in and the other end connects to the circuitry inside the TV.
Alright I fixed it. My stock Jeep stereo had a speaker amp that was wired in with the power ANT, the kenwood would turn the power ANT off when using other medias. So I had to hook up the BLUE power ANT wire up to the RED IGN wire so that when the car was on both the ANT and AMP would be on when the car was on. There are other ways of hooking this up I could have hooked the ANT wire up to the AMP wire coming out of the Kenwood so that the AMP and ANT would've only been on when the radio was on, but I'm happy with the way this turned out.
sounds like the regulator.look at it and see if it has a nut on it.if it does remove the nut and turn the unit on.if the problem cleared up clean out the nut (its called the vent and theres a little ball inside) if it doesnt work replace the regulator.if the units propane make sure all the burner orfices are cleaned.propane burns dirty.