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This site does not allow a big enough spot to upload a diagram that would be beneficial for this purpose so I had to upload it off site. Since this radio is often converted to run on 11 meter (CB frequencies) the diagram I uploaded corresponds with the frequencies after conversion.
On the Connex radio's the band "HI/LOW" switch determine the band you are on in relation to the knob. If you want the original, stock, frequency chart let me know and I can put that up as well.
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the mixer crystal might be going bad.inside the radio look for a crystal marked 10.240 that's the.mixer crystal. you may .LTE need to replace it. some times heating it up with thetip of a soldering iron for about 10 seconds re aligns the crystal. give that a shot and see if that stops it from drifting. also make sure your clarifier is in the center. if heating or replacing the mixer doesn't work, then it could be somethig else like, if the radio has an unlocked clarifier mod then it could have been done poorly or wrong. as well the CFO could be out of alignment.
The voltage regulator on the right side of the radio (with the parts side up ) is located in between the 2 side screw holes is ether bad or the legs are broke loose . it is a A1869 transistor.can be replaced with a A473 Transistor . Basically it's the same as a Galaxy Radio ,Ranger makes the boards for (RCI ,Galaxy , Connex , North Star ,Super Star, General Lee .) Hope this Helps.