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Ht1000 w/Speaker mic

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bvankl

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Hello all,

Today at work, I had my accesory port have some issues. I have a speaker mic hooked up with a earphone plugged in. The radio has worked fine with this setup and all of a sudden, the radio will not reconize that the mic is attatched. I have tried two mics, and both work fine on a XTS5000. I have also tried to clean contacts using an eraser with no change.

Unfortunitly, I just got home from work and will be back to work in a few hours. This normally would not be an issue; but, I am working a event where communications must be kept silent. This is an outdoor event and weather has been off/on with storms. This is the reason for using a personal radio at work, to scan work and amateur frequencies for storm (which the county has already went into tornado warning while out there). Granted weather sirens are used but would like to continue hearing spotter reports and only want one radio.

I am hoping the "board" is not bad. Any suggestions that a tired person can try in his sleep.

Thanks,
Bob
 

bvankl

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I am always late to everything! Thanks for the response, I was able to read it the day you posted but wasnt able to respond. That was what I was afraid of. The radi ostill works great, just not with a speaker/mic. Atleast I can still use it with out a mic connected then. Thanks again for the quick respone.
 
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