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XPR XPR 6350 not transmitting or receiving

Charlie1068

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I just got my XPR 6350 programmed and ready to go but I found out that when I first got it and even when reprogramming when it sits idle the light blinks green rapidly. I heard that it is trying to recieve a privacy group, but I made sure that it doesn’t have any privacy settings set up
 

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How rapid is rapid? Because flashing green means it's receiving. This could mean that whatever channel you are on has interference on it. And what about it not transmitting properly?
 

Charlie1068

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It’s a faster flash of green almost rapid on does it when it is sitting idle. However, on transmit the PTT tone sounds and shows solid green but nothing is being picked up on the receiving radio this was in both digital and analog
 

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Do you have a scanner that you could see where it's transmitting? And it sounds like it is receiving something if it's flashing every half second.
 

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Ok, and you aren't seeing any activity in that frequency range at all?
 
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