20 Most Recent Midland 75-822 40-Channels Handheld CB Radio Questions & Answers


  • For 11 meter (CB) the standard 40 channels will be the exactly same as the "EU" set of frequencies (channels). However the "UK" 11 meter (40 channels) and the U.S.A. 40 11 meter (40channels CB) will not work together at all. This includes any actual Citizen Band radio, excluding Export 10 an 12 meter radios often labeled as "CB'S" which they are not.

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Midland 75-822... | Answered on Jul 10, 2016


It is most likely picking the noise up from the power source even if you have a filter on that---not too many things that can be done about that but some radios react more to this than others..........

Midland 75-822... | Answered on Apr 03, 2016


change channels maybe it will go away. How is you power hooked up? does it go to the fuse box ,cigarette lighter or directly to the battery? Try hooking the power up differently .If that doesn't work try asking a friend to hook it up in their vehicle to see if it still does it. once you find the problem then install it. Could the nb/anl switch be in the off position ? Good luck.

Midland 75-822... | Answered on Jun 22, 2015


reverse polarity diode.open the radio and put your nose to work and sniff out the area where the power wires come into the set. There is a little black diode in that area and it s called the rev pow diode. Check it to see if you blew it.if you did then replace itand make sure the arrow on the diode is going the same way as the number on the board shows.

Midland 75-822... | Answered on Sep 26, 2014


where is the mod pod midland 1001 lwx

Midland 75-822... | Answered on Sep 16, 2014


you'll need a schematic and some knowledge. there a two diodes that control the rx and two that control the dx.Check them to make sure they are producing the correct power out put if they are not you should replace all 4

Midland 75-822... | Answered on Aug 31, 2014


check fuses and reverse polarity diode and also turn radio to on position ,SQuelch turned all the way to left and RF gain all the way to right.

Midland 75-822... | Answered on May 18, 2014


Does it have screws? If so try to remove them an take pack apart. You can always put it back together.

Midland 75-822... | Answered on Mar 30, 2014


sounds like you cooked the board if you are hand take it apart and look for burned traces on the circuit board if you find a burned trace you can soldier a very small piece of wire between were it is burned and it will fix it sometimes you just junk it

Midland 75-822... | Answered on Jan 29, 2014


don't ruin a good thing.

Midland 75-822... | Answered on Oct 28, 2013


You cannot do that. The radios are fundamentally diffferent.

Midland 75-822... | Answered on Aug 12, 2013


I'm guessing that you bought the CB from a person not a company the CB band is between 26Mhz and 27Mhz unfortunately your CB was Modded to talk on Ham radio frequency's what i would suggest is one of two things if you are good at electrical soldering get a schematic and take out the mod or look on-line for a ham radio store like ham radio outlet near you and see if they can un modd it.

if you bought it from a store return it or talk to midland to see if they can fix/reset it at http://www.midlandradio.com/Contact-Us

one other thing until the radio is fixed it is not FCC part 95 or 97 compliant and is therefor illegal to transmit with it

Midland 75-822... | Answered on Feb 20, 2013


LOL funny thing i had the same trouble. When you press the spring button you dont down or away it slide on a tack of sort. Slide to you or away either way you will see it slides off not pull off. Hope this helps

Midland 75-822... | Answered on Jan 14, 2013


There is...I found one in german, same radio but under the name of Alan-42. Easily translated using google. I was using a lobrary computer and was unable to print or save it, but it's ouut there.

Midland 75-822... | Answered on Nov 23, 2012

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