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I need schematics for a slant faced Regency VHF 16 channel 2-way mobile radio that has the high wattage (55 watts?). The mic wont work and upon checking in the radio, wires are cut at the mic plug and we are unable to match wire colors. Thanks for any help.
 

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Maybe google the model number or fcc id on the back panel and see what pops up?
Or try some of the tech forums on eham or yahoo.
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I think your trying to describe the RH256 radio. You should be able to do a search and find what
your looking for. Bear in mind that there are several versions of that radio if that is what you have.
You will need to use the correct model number for the search.

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I need schematics for a slant faced Regency VHF 16 channel 2-way mobile radio that has the high wattage (55 watts?). The mic wont work and upon checking in the radio, wires are cut at the mic plug and we are unable to match wire colors. Thanks for any help.
 

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I need schematics for a slant faced Regency VHF 16 channel 2-way mobile radio that has the high wattage (55 watts?). The mic wont work and upon checking in the radio, wires are cut at the mic plug and we are unable to match wire colors. Thanks for any help.
If you are talking about the RH256 model this is the mic plug pin out

Pin 1 EXT SPK
2 GND
3 PTT
4 MIC
5 MIC HANG UP

No color chart on the wires but with an ohm meter you should be able to re-wire it.

Hope this helps
 
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