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..Please tell me how to reduce the transmit-receive delay in Yaesu FT-6OO?

No "Delay" trim-pot...need to reduce the transmit-receive delay, it's too long...

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Hi Lubomir,

There is a solution to the problem.
Join yahoo group SPECIFIC to your radio Make/Model, the technicians on that site will need as much detail as you can give them, so they can help you fix the delay issues. It's FREE to join and you can download manuals, schematics and other goodies for you radio.

I hope you find my advice helpful.

Best regards,
Peter

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