Walkie Talkie Maintenance Tips
Here are some of the tips to maintain walkie-talkies:
- Storing these great pieces of communication: Walkie-talkies should be stored in a cool, clean and dry place. They should not be exposed to direct sunlight. Try that they should not get much exposure to harsh weather conditions. It is advisable to remove the battery of the two-way radios when not using, as it drains the battery even it is switched off.
- Charging Walkie-Talkies: The owner should ensure that all the battery contacts are clean. The battery contacts and terminals of the charger should be crystal clear. If you observe battery running too quickly, then it might be time to get a new one. Remember to never overcharge your batteries. Overcharging can damage the batteries or decrease the lifespan of batteries.
- Cleaning Walkie-Talkies: Always ensure that your long-range walkie-talkies are turned off when not in use. If the contacts are dirty or contaminated, then there is a possibility that the battery may not be detected when placed on charge, or will not charge correctly. It is advisable to charge your compatible charger for your specific model. It may damage the device or battery. To remove the dirt from the device and its components, only use the microfibre cloth.
- Daily Management of Walkie-Talkies: Walkie-Talkies can be damaged by repetitive careless handling such as dropping, driven over, chewing of the aerials, swinging the radio by holding the antenna in the air, placing face down in iron filings, submerging in water, curious user dismantling the radio for sake of knowledge. Although it may feel like this is unusual but it happens sometime in our experience. Your commercial or industrial walkie-talkies can be protected by heavy-duty leather case or protective case which will help in protecting the radio and its components. It will also reduce the need for repairs or buying a new one.
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