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Motorola HT1000 transmit problem

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schoolin

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Good day all. I have a UHF HT1000 that will not transmit without a remote mic. I thought the problem was in the radio mic, so I changed the housing along with the flex,mic,and spreaker. But no change. Does anyone have an idea as to where my problem is? I realize that I can buy one of these radios for around $150, but I'd feel good about repairing this one. Thank you in advance.
 

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If what you are saying is that the radio will key when the shoulder mike PTT is pressed, but not when the PTT on the side of the radio is pressed, best guess is that you have a problem with the flex connector that runs from the side buttons to the control board.
 

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Ht1000

Sorry I wasn't clear. The PTT feature works fine. I can even activate our local repeater, but with no audio. That is why I suspected the radio mic. But I changed it along with the flex harness. Thanks
 
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