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Kenwood TS2000 Sub Audible Tone

My TS2000 has of late started loosing the sub audible tones set for repeaters (returns to default after powered off for a while). I am assuming the Battery Backup Battery needs replacing (Cr2032 ?). My problem is that I cannot find the procedure anywhere on the web to help me. I am an engineer and have changed internal batteries in other rigs.
Under what panel i will find the cell would be a great help.

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SOURCE: install my Kenwood KAC-9102D in my 2006 Acura RSX Type S

You will probably need to use a Line Output Converter (LOC). They're available at virtually any shop that sells car audio.

Many times, the outputs of the OEM amplifier will have significant DC voltage on them. This could damage the input circuits on the kenwood amplifier.

Let me know if you have any other questions.

Posted on Aug 25, 2008

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SOURCE: Problem with a Kenwood TS 2000 Amateur Radio Transceiver

73s I have heard of similar problems and some were heating related. the best is to check if your rig is heating up causing it to switch off and lose memory when switched back on. I have a buddy who had an unusual experience where he actually dropped frequencies so low that he could pick up ordinary radio frequency and also go into bands like 27mhz and 25mhz. But once switched off, the rig worked normal again. If you are experiencing heat problems then i suggest you put in a fan and remove all dust from inside the rig. You could probably also be having problems with power supply either internal or external. If all else fails, refer to a good repair shop this type of radios are very sensitive.

Posted on Oct 15, 2008

SOURCE: Internal back up battery status: NONE

Burn it...
Smack oN the Floor..
It gonna be Oc...

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SOURCE: I've problem getting any Sub sound from Sony STR DB840. The sub

make sure sub is working .Power it up , remove sub RCA jacks from receiver .Gently tap on RCA with fingers.You should here a hum when touched .You can also try audio from TAPE REC OUT .If you dont get audio .Check setting at sub .If it working okay check setting at receiver and or sub level at receiver

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SOURCE: My Nokia 1661 will not produce an audible ring

All phones have an option to reset to factory settings inside the menu somewhere, not sure if this will fix the problem?

Sometime different profiles are set funny like the ring volume being set low, maybe try a different profile?? hope this helps.

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