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Got a 088 cannot transmit continual beeping with tx and rf flashing

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: NO TX RF POWER AMPL.

replace the rf block in the back of the case you can get the sam at raymarines.com
take the case apart look at the back of the radio there is a brass cover over the part read the part no# (av-6?) or a mitus part go on line to find part raymarine charges big bucks for parts

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

Anonymous

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SOURCE: I have a tk-390 portable radio and it continues to

I am having the same problem. Does anyone out there have a solution?

Posted on Dec 07, 2010

Anonymous

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SOURCE: my connex cx3300hp wont transmit

You need external watt meter& SWR meter..Change antenna..Is the radio meter keying 3/4 way up to 4 watts?(if not then its not Tx'ng)It could be 10.240 mhz crystal or IF pots(need Frequency counter) Or take it to professional Cb repairmen...

Posted on Mar 14, 2013

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