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    Faulty Uniden UH064SX-2A

    hi all,

    i've got a faulty Uniden UH064SX-2A, with fully charged batteries installed when i turn it on the low battery symbol flashes and thats about where the fun ends. I've had a look through google but not knowing much about hand held radios i would really know where to start.

    Are there any electronic guru's out there that could point me in the right direction to get this fixed.

    cheers

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    Battery is fooked possibly?

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    thats what i thought for a start off so used one from another hand held that i knew was good, it had the same indications when put in the faulty radio.

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    Yep, battery is gone. The NICAD's go eventually.
    There is a company in ChCh selling replacements for $38 but you can simply put in AAA non rechargeables.

    Mine does the same thing. Runs fine on AAA Eveready Max.

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    it fails to work on brand new AAA's as well.

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    Ah, now you're screwed.

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    well sent an email to the service division of uniden NZ, they said they could fix it for $92. Not sure why anyone would get one fixed as i can purchase a brand new one for $99. looks like a good excuse to go get a couple of new radios to me.

 

 

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