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My transceiver yaesu ft-one can't received/monitor and transmit

Before, this product performed well. After more/less 10 years I never use, right now the transceiver can't received nor transmit but the lamp and indicators is turned on. What wrong? Tx

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  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    I've, by mistake of course, wrongly connected the + and - terminal the opposite way to the external power source. On correcting it rightly, the panel now shows "tx error". How do I go about rectifying it.

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2014

    accidentally transmitted into ft 450 with power off now ft 450 will not tx put all other functions work

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Thanks 4 your advice.
I left the radio w/o any batteries (the only battery is back up memory battery) in that time, and when I try the radio I used new batteries. The power supply for the radio is build in (uses 30 amperes switching power supply) and I have checked that the power supply is in a good condition. I suspect that PLL unit is not working so can't oscillation to generate frequencies.
The problem with sending the unit to the factory to be serviced is not worth (cost > benefit/ radio value).
Do you have another idea to help me? Please.. Thanks

Posted on Nov 06, 2008

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Did you leave a battery in the radio that caused errosion? Try a brand new battery...and if all else fails. Do as Chris suggests, take it to a radio shop that services that type or brand of radio.

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I understand that You have a problem with the TX/RX. The problem with your radio is one that can't be solved with out actually looking at the radio on the bench. The only thing I can tell you is to either go to your local radio shop or send the unit to the factory to be serviced. One thought that does come to mind though is that your battery may not be working most rechargable batteries are only good for about 18 months. There may not be enough charge to operate the radio.

Posted on Nov 05, 2008

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