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I can't get any audio from either my wife's or my head set. This happened all of a sudden while riding we both lost the audio in the right ear. I have tried my headsed on a friends bike and it works fine. I tried his on mine and it would not work. I have traced both plug wires to the radio and everything looks fine. When the headsets are not in use the radio speakers work fine. I even tried a "new" radio with the same results. If need some help if anybody has experienced this problem.



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Hey moparjerry,

I am having the exact same problem and have determined it's my FM Transmitter (Audiovox FM100A). Any chance you are using an FM Transmitter for an iPod/MP3 interface? Mine only acts up when the temp gets above 80 degrees.

Something else that's weird for me,sometimes when I hit a bump it can either go back to normal or to just one ear,or sometimes when I release the CB key after talking. I am still convinced it's the transmitter since when I shut it off, I have music in both ears, when I turn it back on, music only in one ear.

Hope this helps.

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I am hard wired all the way and when it quit working it quit, will does not come on at all no matter the wires I wiggle.
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