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Old 08-07-2017, 11:44 PM
   
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Default Yosan JC-2204

Hello, I have aquired a new radio from my father who said it was my great uncles... It is a Yosan JC-2204 and was tuned. I was hoping someone would know something about this cb because i cant find anything on the exact one i have. When i look up a yosan jc-2204, it looks almost the same as mine except that mine has different radial knobs and mine doesn't have the AM/FM button...it is replaced by an EMG button. The last difference is mine has a 4 pin mic connector where as all others i can find are 5 pin mics. It looks more like a FreeCit JC-2204 but it is a Yosan. I was hoping i could get an insight to what all it can do, how to tune it to an antenna and what the different buttons do as i can't find anything online at all. Thanks in advance
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Old 08-08-2017, 11:18 AM
   
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Old 08-09-2017, 11:10 AM
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You would tune an antenna to that radio just like any other radio and the manual is not needed for that. Otherwise and generally speaking, the EMG button should take you to channel 9, the SCAN button should be self explanatory, the DW button should be "dual watch" and either go between channel 9 and whatever channel you are on, or between two channels you select. The MO/RF button should toggle the meter between RF output and modulation on transmit.
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