Superglue-like adhesives are an explosive/fire danger to a technician with a soldering iron repairing a 2-way radio. When touched with a hot iron components can actually be blown off the component board causing a danger to the eyes, face and hands of the repair technician.
The advantages of digital two-way radios are much like you would have experience when changing to a digital cellphone a few years ago, 40% longer battery life, clearer transmissions, and a small to moderate increase in range.
While we enjoy helping people and repairing radios, we also know how frustrating it can be to have your radio fail and need to come into the repair center. We’ve compiled a list of ways to help you keep your radio out of the radio repair center.
Boxes and boxes of new replacement batteries, we are surrounded! During September, October, and even into November, we have the rare opportunity to purchase batteries at a enormous discount from Motorola. We are sharing the savings with our customers. Bulk Purchase batteries are available in 2-packs, 4-packs, and 8-packs. We’ve posted the popular battery models’ 4-pack pricing on…
The current NNTN4497 Li-Ion battery and the earlier NNTN4851 NiMH batteries need to use the fast rate charger to properly charge their battery packs. The fast rate charger is easy to differentiate from the trickle charger. The fast rate charging tray has outlines of several batteries depicted on the bottom of it, while the trickle charger has only one outline of a battery.
This Motorola HT750 we’ll call “Old Paint” came in today for repair. It and 2 others from a manufacturing plant have been customized. These three intrinsically safe radios are on their way to Motorola for factory service. While most radio models are repaired inhouse at the Radio Repair Facility, we also offer forwarding of specialty…
Our normal day is a life of adventure, the thing most radios only dream about. Our company ad says: “Learn the ropes of rock climbing from our expert staff. Soar through the air with one of our professional trapeze artists. Trek through the woods on a mountain bike. And don’t miss out on the opportunity…
Radio battery life expectancy is a common topic of conversation among radio users. As a general rule rechargeable batteries last between 18-24 months, with some variation for chemistry types
Here I am, all alone in a box, rattling along on my way to the Radio Repair Center.
Hardworking, durable, tough, will take a drop, these are all phrases we have customers ask about in a radio.