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Cobra 29 lx le issue.....

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Feb 24, 2001
Looking for some help with a POS Cobra 29 LX LE a friend gave to me. I have 2 loose wires which are attached to the main board.
1) The W12 is hard connect to the main board... but the other end is loose. need to track it to where it terminates. cant seem to find it.
2) The S31 ia also a hard connect to the to the main board and has the same issue. I know it is part of the "Talk back" and is in line with a resistor then a common ground. Cant seem to find where it jumps from the main board to also.

Any help would be spectactular.

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