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GE 3-5814a cb

The unit has no transmit or receive audio, what could be the problem..

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Sounds like a voltage regulator to me. the speaker would not have anything to do with the transmit, the receive yes but, with no transmit or receive try the voltage regulator number on it will be ta7217 it will have roughly 10 legs on it and it will be attached to a heat sink or the chassis of the radio. also you might look at where the antenna wire connector screws on to the radio, on the inside of the radio on the back of the connector there should be a wire coming from the back of the plug and connecting to the circuit board , it could have came loose. Good luck.

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Check if the battery level is correct, agree with the checking the speaker. does appear any tx icon on the display when you press the ptt key?

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First of all i would check the speaker, can you get feedback or even a 2Kilohertz tone? Is there any popping or cracking coming from the speaker?

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