Motorola VX-261 VX-264 Replacement PTT
If you own one of the Vertex Standard VX-261 or VX-264 two way radios. A common design fault is the dodgy and weak push to talk button. Or PTT. * At the end of November 2018, all Vertex Standard radios are now rebranded Motorola following their full acquisition of Vertex Standard.
This is a replacement PTT button for the 2 models of radio which offers improved design over the original PTT housing assembly build. A common fault with the radios is the weak plastic design and build of the button.
Genuine Motorola Parts
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): CB7131000
How to repair the VX-261, VX-264 PTT button
In order fix the push to talk button on the radio;-
- You will first need to take apart your radio. ** If your radio is under warranty, please take this into consideration before disassembling the handset.
- Remove the battery
- Remove the antenna
- Remove the Channel and Volume Knobs
- Unscrew the fixing screws in the rear of the radio
- Carefully dismantle the PCB of the radio (be careful not to break any connecting wires)
- Remove the PTT plastic frame (leftover from the broken button)
- Insert your new PTT assembly knob from the front of the case inwards,
- Ensure it has snapped into place securly.
- Reassemble your radio, not forgetting the rear fixing screws
- Attach Antenna, Channel and Volume Knobs
- Test your PTT button.
If you are having issues fixing your button or you would prefer to not risk further damage. We can carry out the repairs on the VX-261 and VX-264 for you.
VX-261 and VX-264 PTT Button Repairs
Labour cost £5.00 - excluding postage - Call or email to book your radio in for repair.