20 Most Recent Midland 75-785 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 75-785... | Answered on Jul 10, 2016


did you have it on channel lock. I mean look at the knobs and see if you have a 9 - 19 lock ?

Midland 75-785... | Answered on Dec 15, 2015


who is transmitting if it is someone else and you are hearing garbled it could be because they are using single side band on their A.M. CB radio .which your radio cannot detect.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Single-sideband_modulation

Midland 75-785... | Answered on Oct 19, 2015


did you check for broken wires to the mic.?

Midland 75-785... | Answered on Jun 22, 2015


what time of day are we talking here? usually skip is so heavy from 0800 until 1600 that no radio has a chance of transmitting or receiving.If you turn the squelch the other way what does it do?

Midland 75-785... | Answered on Nov 29, 2014


www.cbtricks.com has you information

Midland 75-785... | Answered on Nov 22, 2014


check the interior and find out where the hot spot is then replace it.

Midland 75-785... | Answered on Sep 15, 2014


Try this...
48plusmulti

Midland 75-785... | Answered on May 16, 2014


bad ground

Midland 75-785... | Answered on Sep 30, 2012


you need a job that you can travel they work find you just need to travel . now i just came from seattle wa and i ahave one and they work fine it actualy help me when my truck broke down on the road so dont tell me they dont work .I thank haveing one of these is better than a car cb radio lease to you can carry it wear ever you go and conect it to your car or by batter they work well any who have one need to be traveling or working on the road and you have to close to truckers to get answer to get any feed back at lease a mile a way they work in on the instate and the highway so, if you any thing to say about these come on channel 17 i be on that channel in yakima wa and some times on the road or channel 19 ok. see you. handler name jamarhase...

Midland 75-785... | Answered on Nov 03, 2011


You need to take off cover locate wires to that switch and cut them loose from CB/WB and buy a Toggle switch to mount outside radio and switch it on/off like to make CB/WB selection..Seems that switch inside is screwed. needs new one. I would rigg it myself. By drilling hole in cover and placing outside toggle with white marker saying Cb top Wb bottom.

Midland 75-785... | Answered on Apr 08, 2011


It could be that a wire came loose inside switch. Solder all wires in place around switch or reheat them. Cold solder joints sometimes cause this. Solder pencil types are sold at Radio Shack.

Midland 75-785... | Answered on Apr 05, 2011


I don't recommend a power mod on these. They will get hot and burn up quick with more than 4 watts going out of it. How ever there are some coils in there you can spread but make sure they are not the tuning coils.

Midland 75-785... | Answered on Mar 05, 2011


swlovett,

The best out of the package antenna for a magnetic I have experienced has been the Wilson "Lil Wil". As long as the instructions are read and followed correctly and adjusted with a good working SWR meter you should not have any problems. Make sure the ground is good on the base, and adjust the lowest SWR on channel 20. Then check the other channels 1 and 40 to make sure the SWR reading is even. If you cannot get a good reading anywhere, check the ground and readjust the base. Should you continue to have a high reading you may have to trim the length of the antenna according to instructions included with the Wilson Antenna. Your radio should not need any adjustment and is factory preset and tuned. This is instructions for the "Little Wil", however, you may choose some of the more broadbanded antennas that are longer and easier to tune, although more pricey.

JT Radiojunkie

Midland 75-785... | Answered on Aug 31, 2010

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