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Old 03-08-2012, 06:38 AM
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I just was given this 2510, the recieve works great, but there is no key up NOTTA nothing when mic keyed, also nothing when jumping pins 2 & 3 which I found out was the Xmit. or 1& 2 or 1 & 3. not even a tx light nothing.. any Ideas?


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Old 03-08-2012, 07:48 AM
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Lotsa times it is the Key Up Transistor that fails in radios. One of the little small 3 legged black moon shaped things. Don't ask me which one it is in a 2510. Someone else here will know.

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I sure would like to know what one that is. Hope it is something simple like that, but when I key up it don't even close the recieve, it still recieves when I key up ot cross the mic pins... I know what pins 4 & 5 Does! channels..

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hit the TX button on the radio
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hit the TX button on the radio
Done that, same thing still recieves when pushed..and no tx

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OK all I need to know, its in the dumpser now. thanks

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have you tried all modes? AM? FM? LSB? USB?
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