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- Radio: RCI 2950 Mirage
- Antenna: 2ft Wire hanger
- Cell Phone: 1-800-MUD-DUCK
- Location: In your radio
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~ Is the Antenna / Amp / Radio 100% Stock from the Factory with NO Alterations / Modifications?
~ Make of antenna / amp / radio?
~ Model of antenna / amp / radio?
~ Mode's of operation the problem exists on ie: AM / FM / LSB-USB?
~ Is it used for Base or Mobile operation or Both?
- Is problem noticed in Mobile or Base use or Both?
~ Is problem Constant or Intermittent or both?
~ Describe as precise as you can what problems you are having.
~ Does radio have proper power if in mobile use and proper fuses installed?
~ Has the Stock modulation settings been adjusted and are you using the Stock mic or an after market mic and is the mic a Power Microphone?
~ Has the radio been peaked/tweaked or had other modifications?
~ Are you the original purchaser/owner of the antenna / amp / radio or did you get it used?
~ List “ALL” modification’s that have been performed to the radio. ie: Super swing mod, NPC mod, transistor swap and any and all parts that have been upgraded or swapped.
~ Is Antenna / Amp / Radio properly installed if mobile, and is radio properly grounded?
~ Is radio properly installed if using it as a base radio and properly grounded?
~ Have you checked all antenna’s, coax, jumper's, meter's, and installation to make sure everything is in good working condition and properly installed?
~ Where you using an amplifier when you first noticed the problem?
~ What accessory equipment do you have in line with the radio, ie: meter’s, amp, low pass filter’s etc?
~ And list any other helpful information that may help other's to help you resolve the problem you are having.
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