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Old 19th November 2004, 07:47 AM   #1
pks71 is offline pks71  Canada
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I'll try to make it short. I have a 2-way radio for work in my car. When I key up the mike it blows the power supply of my amps.I held the antena of my 2-way and keyed up. It felt like I was struck by lightning, or had a red hot needle plunged into my thumb. It left a white spot. So that must be what is frying my amps? Antena was magnet mount maybe this surge entered ground killing the amp? The 2-way tech say something must be wrong with the 2 way but it checks out. Anyone help?
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Old 19th November 2004, 12:50 PM   #2
sdoom is offline sdoom  Germany
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You should get a DC-voltmeter to be sure about the voltage that comes out of the radio.
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