Question about Radio Communications
Your Kenwood radio has programmable squelch. It is accessible through the software. However, if the squelch knob (pot) has been broken, it must be fixed or replaced. Move the control knobs back and forth, do either move more than say 1/16 of an inch? If so, they likely broke inside. You could open the radio, resolder the switch, which I called a pot and see if that works. If not, take it to a dealer or sadly, buy another radio.
Posted on Nov 02, 2019
SOURCE: uhf radio cb tranciever
Hello Are You using the correct antenna?,when you turn the squelch down do you hear static sound?, are you using squelch codes? if it is just a CB radio that works on Citizen Band (11 Mts) this radios does not have squelch codes.
Let me know the brand, model of the radio.
Posted on Dec 19, 2007
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provided you turned the squelch know and it didnt help, i would trace back from the squelch control to the first and second transistor you come to and that should be the squelch circuit. if you know how to check them with an ohm meter you can find out which one it is, if not you can just replace them both for under 5 bucks.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
SOURCE: Uniden UBC72XLT scanner problem.
The cheapest solution would be to directly program the frequencies that are available in your area, usually this is public information with the exception of high security channels, you can call each location and ask them what frequency they broadcast
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
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