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Yaesu FT-416 not Transmitting

At first it was not transmitting intermittently now when I press PTT all bars are lit but I cannot hit repeater and when someone does tone the repeater I have a very weak signal.

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Check the connection going to the BNC antenna connector from the circuit board. I have seen this wire break before. KB9EKH

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Hi this can be down to many reasons, radio keypad locked, receive on tone squelch, set on "Relay" or "Repeater", or even radio failure. Without the radio I cannot help, but that may give you some ideas.

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Hi Gerald,

When you say you used the software to download frequencies, do you mean as in from the internet, or did you have to input frequencies via the software on your PC?

There is a difference, that's the reason I ask.

If, by using the software you manually input the frequencies, then did you input both the output and input frequencies or just output for each channel?

If the latter is true, and you are trying to access another user via a repeater, then that is the error.

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Without both frequency pair, you won't be getting out, and no won can hear you, as you are basically transmitting as a simplex station on a repeater allocatted channel, hence the error message on your display.

The radio you have is used by many amateurs & CB operators, and both group utilise repeaters within their allocated spectrum, excluding 27 meg CB, which is simplex only, but with SSB included.

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http://www.ham.dmz.ro/yaesu/ft-1802-extended-transmit-modification.php

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If you do not have a manual for your rig, one can be downloaded here http://www.download.n7tgb.net/yaesu/FT920/man_ft-920.pdf

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