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I have no knowledge of such a radio????

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SOURCE: Rolling Frequency Counter

I'm giving this info from the Master Edition of C.B. Tune-up manual Volume 1 year -1995. The original price of this info was $39.95 But I have had people help me with radio info. so here it is---- on page 60 it says [ Model ] : Galaxy Saturn ( and export models using the same Freq. counter module ) The most common problem with the { Galaxy Saturn } is after it has been on for awhile the read-out becomes unstable. And sometimes it will quit all together. This problem has been traced to a Zener Diode inside the freq, counter module. The square silver box located right behind the speaker. The Zener Diode inside marked D-603. This is a 2.4 volt , 1/4 watt diode next to IC-609 the ( LM-7808 ) regulator. REMEDY: change D-603 to a ( 2.4 volt , 1/2 watt diode) This should restore normal operation. {{{{ 357 - MAVERICK }}}

Posted on Apr 30, 2009

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SOURCE: it transmits off frequency is there a adjustment and also the frequency counter goes crazy at times

To add 10Khz to your transmit frequency:

FIXED/OFF/+10KHz SWITCH:
The left position puts the radio on
one of the three fixed channels that is selected by the channel switch
(6,19, or 21). This over-rides the channel selected by the 40 channel
knob. The right position adds 10KHz to whatever frequency you are ON.
In the middle, both features are OFF.

Otherwise, a radio tech would be able to retune the frequency inside the radio.

After adding 10KHz to your frequency, use the SWR control to check the SWR of your antenna.
Here's how:
SWR CAL CONTROL: Normally this switch is set to “PO”. Then,
during transmission, the meter indicates output power. To read SWR,
rotate this knob during transmission until the needle moves to the “SET”
point on the SWR scale. Then, while still transmitting, set the R.B./SWR
switch to SWR.

Ideal SWR is 1 but you'll want to be as near one as possible. An SWR of 1.6 or greater will make ineffective use of your antenna.
If in doubt, a radio tech has the required meters and tools to adjust the SWR/Tuning of your antenna.

Posted on May 10, 2009

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SOURCE: how to adjust frequency on transmit??? Galaxy

hELLO THERE
hERE IS SOME MODIFICATIONS FOR THIS RADIO
Galaxy Mods DX 2527 - VR 1....AM/FM S-Meter, VR 2....SSB S-Meter, VR 3....SSB Squelch Range, VR 4....AM/FM Squelch Range, VR 7....SSB Carrier Balance, VR 8....RF Meter, VR11...Driver Bias, VR12...SSB ALC, VR13...Hi Power, VR14...AMC, VR15...AM Low Power, VR16...SSB Low Power, VC 1....10.240, VC 2....10.240. DX 2517- VR 1....AM/FM S-Meter, VR 2....SSB S-Meter, VR 3....SSB Squelch Range, VR 4....AM/FM Squelch Range, VR 5....FM Deviation, VR 6....SSB Carrier Balance, VR 7....TX Offset, VR 8....CW Beep Level, VR 9....RF Meter, VR10...Final Bias, VR11...Final Bias, VR12...Driver Bias, VR13...SSB ALC, VR14...AM/FM High Power, VR15...AM Modulation Meter, VR16...AM Modulation, VR17...SSB Power, VR18...AM/FM Low Power, VR601..13.8 Volt Power Supply. DX 22B- VR 1....AM/FM S-Meter, VR 2....SSB S-Meter, VR 3....SSB Squelch Range, VR 4....AM/FM Squelch Range, VR 7....SSB Carrier Balance, VR 8....RF Meter, VR11...Driver Bias, VR12...SSB ALC, VR13...High Power, VR14...AMC, VR15...AM Low Power, VR16...SSB Low Power, VR21...TX Offset, VC 1....10.240, VC 2....10.240. DX 11B- VR 1....AM/FM S-Meter, VR 2....SSB/CW S-Meter, VR 3....SSB Squelch Range, VR 4....AM/FM Squelch Range, VR 5.....FM Deviation, VR 7....SSB Carrier Balance, VR 8....RF Meter, VR10...Final Bias, VR11...Driver Bias, VR12...SSB ALC, VR13...AM/FM High Power, VR14...AM Modulation, VR16...CW Tone Level, VR20...Final Bias, VR21...TX Offset, VR601..13.8 Volt Power Supply, VR803..AM/FM Low Power. DX 77HML, DX 88HL, and DX 99V- VR 1....AM/FM S-Meter, VR 2....SSB S-Meter, VR 3....SSB Squelch Range, VR 4....AM/FM Squelch Range, VR 5.....FM Deviation, VR 7....SSB Carrier Balance, VR 8....RF Meter, VR10...Final Bias, VR11...Driver Bias, VR12...SSB ALC, VR13...AM/FM High Power, VR14...AM Modulation, VR16...AM/FM Low Power, VR20...Final Bias, VR21...TX Offset.
Unmarked VR in R189..AM/FM Medium Power for DX 77HML only. DX 33HML, DX 44V, DX 55V, DX 66V, and DX 73V- VR 1....AM/FM S-Meter, VR 4....AM/FM Squelch Range, VR 5.....FM Deviation, VR 8....RF Meter, VR12...Low Power AM Modulation, VR13...AM/FM High Power, VR14...High Power AM Modulation, VR16...AM/FM Low Power.
Unmarked VR in R188..AM/FM Medium Power (DX 33HML only)
Unmarked VR in C139..Med Power AM modulation (DX 33HML only) DX 949,DX 959- VR 1....AM S-Meter, VR 2....SSB S-Meter, VR 3....SSB Squelch Range, VR 4....AM Squelch Range, VR 6.....SSB Carrier Balance, VR 7....TX Offset, VR 9....RF Meter, VR10...Final Bias, VR12...Driver Bias, VR13...SSB ALC, VR14...AM High Power, VR15...AM Modulation Meter, VR16...AM Modulation, VR17...SSB Power, VR18...AM Low Power, VC1....10.240. DX 2517 and DX 2527-
Symptom:Buzzing or motorboating sound in either the transmit or receive.
Problem: TR602 is oscillating
Cure: Replace C602 with a .01uF cap {Cap is located in the power supply board}.
RG 66,99,DX2517 Replace Q54 2SB754 60watt 7A with a higher power 2SB817 100 Watt 12A. Derating of this component will cool operation, provide better voltage stability,decrease wobble, allow voltage increase to 14.5 volts comfortably. (replace 10 volt caps in this section of the radio to a minimum of 16 volts before increasing supply voltage to this level)and provide faster swing rise time, Replace Q37 2SA473 to a 2SA1012-0 or ECG153 this will improve the clarity and volume of the modulation and it will also run a lot cooler.

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my galaxy 88 cb makes a popping noise through the speaker when I key up how do I solve this problem?

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Rolling Frequency Counter


I'm giving this info from the Master Edition of C.B. Tune-up manual Volume 1 year -1995. The original price of this info was $39.95 But I have had people help me with radio info. so here it is---- on page 60 it says [ Model ] : Galaxy Saturn ( and export models using the same Freq. counter module ) The most common problem with the { Galaxy Saturn } is after it has been on for awhile the read-out becomes unstable. And sometimes it will quit all together. This problem has been traced to a Zener Diode inside the freq, counter module. The square silver box located right behind the speaker. The Zener Diode inside marked D-603. This is a 2.4 volt , 1/4 watt diode next to IC-609 the ( LM-7808 ) regulator. REMEDY: change D-603 to a ( 2.4 volt , 1/2 watt diode) This should restore normal operation. {{{{ 357 - MAVERICK }}}

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