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Old 11-14-2017, 09:08 AM
Stan Bahrns Stan Bahrns is offline
Join Date: May 2005
Location: Effingham, IL
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Default Cannot transmit only static

My Push to talk on both sides has so much static on both sides now that I am not able to transmit at all but receive very well.
I have checked all the connections on the headsets & wiggled everything I can think of even pulled out the skyview but didn't find anything. Does anyone have any idea where or what I should do to find the problem? It seems like there is something that switches when the push to talk switches are pushed that don't switch completely. If anyone has had any problem like that? If so it may help me know where to stare looking for the problem.

Thanks Stan Bahrns
RV12 148 hrs
RV7A 378 hrs
Effingham Ill
Stan Bahrns
N868B 365 hrs
RV12 40 hrs
Effingham,(southern) ILL

Last edited by Stan Bahrns : 11-27-2017 at 10:52 AM. Reason: This problem started on the left side only, now both sides
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