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Dbl check your swr in am mode.. Ch your ssb power and mic gain default is 50 on both on hf .. If you use the mh-59 you will need to reduce the mic gain to 35 and it needs to be set for remote mic in the menu. Also the ssb needs to be set 2.5k wide with the ssb carrier zeroed both tx and rx
Jacks are Jacks... is it male female how many pins, is it a simple DIN plug, a plug with a lock ring? there are multiple dealers that sell mic plugs (jacks are the part that is mounted to the radio itself, that the mic PLUGS into), Google copper electronics to start...
This works for the Furuno 1501-Make sure your connections are the same:#1 provide 15V & gnd to tuner(12V works) #2 connect coax between tuner & Xmtr / antenna to tuner #3 set radio to transmit CW carrier @ no more than 10W #4 momentarily short tune to gnd, this will initiate tune process. Watch SWR meter/ listen for tuner to complete, stop 10W carrier & return radio to normal status. I use mine remotely mounted with a 3 wire control cord & a box with a push button momentary switch back at the radio. Connections are 12V & gnd from the power supply to tuner, tune back to control box where the button shorts it to ground to tune.
You might try going online to Ham radio outlet, they carry just about everything for ham radio. your telex kit may not be made any longer but you might be able to use a Terminal Node Controller in its place. Kantronics makes one of the best TNC's around.