Guest Lee Schaumberg Posted November 2, 2008 Share Posted November 2, 2008 G'day This happens to some pilots and they get a new one and it doesn't work either. After taking the new radio back they put in some thing different and now they have a radio that works. The original radio may be just fine but they don't know that. Many things can stop working (pumps , gauges , radios , etc ) and it's replaced to make it work. The manufactures just love this because they sell more product and make more money. The proper thing to do is test for the problem and fix it. Your number one tool is now needed. The meter you got in the past. Check the resistance (or continuty) of each wire and your meter too. To test each terminal look at it and pull it. The terminal should be capable of a 4 kilogram pulll. Just take an old plastic milk bottle and put 4 kg of water in it. I use sand because the ambient temp can get lower than 0 deg C. Can you imagine the electrical noise that can be made wth a making and breaking connection. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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