[aprssig] D72 Speaker died?

Charles Doughtie n5exy at yahoo.com
Mon Apr 7 17:14:23 CDT 2014


Where have you been? That has been a common problem with the D72 - I went through three of them with speakers that lasted about an hour out of the box. I sure was glad that I bought from the local toy store instead of online shipment. It still was a bunch of trouble to have one fail shortly after I got it home, then go back to the store.

There is a list of affected serial numbers somewhere in cyberspace. Kenwood might warranty yours. The speaker is available and lotsa guys say it is an easy r/r job.

 
de Charlie, N5EXY, Grid EM10fl, 
South Suburban Greater Hutto

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>Anyone had no audio from a D72?  My speaker is silent though audio is available from the speaker jack.
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