Question about Radio Communications
Checked solder connections with a ohm meter but can't find a problem. Noticed the external power plug has only 2 terminals not sure if that is correct. Getting power to the 1969 final?
If power was reversed, there is a 1N4007, 1N4003, rectifiers, 2 1000 microfarad 25 WVDC capacitors, a filter choke and a common mode noise filter that are likely to have taken the brunt of it. The choke likely burned out.
2 power leads is all it needs- one positive, one negative/ground.
It should have a 2SC1969 final C1969 should be the same.
Posted on Feb 08, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
With out a frequency counter to tell you what freq you are transmitting on there is another way.
Turn to channel 19. mess with the switches untill you hear truckers on the highway. then you have got it.
Otherwise pick up a frequency counter on ebay.
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
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