Ham international multimode II

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Bought this sometime ago and tried it out but has no audio on receive
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I trust that this is a EPROM of some kind
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Just some other fotos
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Hello

Selective call pickup can be involved when there is no reception. check that the connector with the small green wire is present at the back and that the contact is made ... before doing anything else.

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what he said.. ^^^^

has it got the plug in the back..
or if it's been by-passed is there any switch on sound from the speaker ?
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It didn't have the plug in the back but I used a one from my petrusse Pacific.
The speaker did a little Pop sound when I plugged a mic in.
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Has it got an extension speaker socket to rule out a dodgy speaker?
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Just checked ssb output and swr meter is waving about.
But.
On powering up I think it's the relay that might be making the click sound
Speaker does make a key up sound when keyed up
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The Collector wrote: 23 Jul 2021, 15:06 Has it got an extension speaker socket to rule out a dodgy speaker?
It has but that is not working either
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