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HTX 202 LCD SCREEN

SCREEN IS SCRAMBLED WITH STRANGE FREQ READOUT.... STILL WORKS WITH TWO REPEATERS.... LOCKED ON THESE BUT OTHER MEMORY IS INACCESSIBLE...... BATTERY?

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This is what happened when the CPU's went on these units, radio shack replaced so many & never actually fixed the real problems

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How do i get i n h off of display of my radio shack htx 202


HTX-202 (190-1120) Error Codes Faxback Doc. # 15722 Your transceiver has two error code displays. Refer to the following for an explanation of each error code. Er1: INTERNAL RAM ERROR Er1 indicates the transceiver has detected an error in its battery-backed up operation memory. This is the most commonly caused by a low lithium backup battery, but can also be caused by static discharge, or a physical shock. To clear the error-- 1. Turn off the unit. 2. Press FUNCTION and CLR (the D key). 3. While holding these keys, turn unit on. This will reset unit and clear memories. If the transceiver frequently displays the error, have the battery replaced by an authorized Radio Shack service center. ER2:PLL UNLOCK ERROR Er2 indicates the transceiver's PPL section has unlocked. Have the transceiver repaired by an authorized Radio Shack service center. (/ir-07/31/95)

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My screen is scrambled don't know if its the


if you can see the windows screen on start up and it looks ok and scambled when on desk top you may fine its needing driver updates,

if the screen is the same scramble at start up as in desktop screen then the lcd panel is at fault ,the videocard in from memory on the motherboard

there are chips along the top of the lcd inside the case,some times they fail and do the same scramble result,replace lcd panel and away you go,

try an external monitor yet?Misterdj

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How do i get rid of er2 message on realistic htx404


This is taken from an in-store Rad Shark memo concerning the HTX-202.

ER1 indicates an internal RAM error. It appears when the memory backup battery is dead, when something has caused the memory contents to become corrupt, or as a result of physical or static electric shock. To clear this error, turn off the unit. Then turn it back on while holding down the "function" and "D" buttons. This clears the memory. If the error returns after you clear the memory, service is required.

ER2 indicates a PLL unlock. The radio gives this error if the PLL alignment is off or if the transmitted signal interferes with the internal PLL frequency. This error has been reported most frequently when using the supplied "rubber ducky" antenna with either a high-power battery pack or with an external DC source.

According to the memo, the fix for this is to use an external antenna when using external DC power.

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The screen is scrambled at times. It seemed like


it's probably not the LCD, it is most likely the ribbon cable... it could be repaired or if not, replaced...

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White line on screen easynote mv35-202


Replace the LCD screen. Its problem with the LCD panel.

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Cobra 200GTL: Clarifier affects TX


Unfortunately, most people look to unlock the clarifier in radio's it is locked in.

From what I understand it is possible to lock it in that radio, however I do not know it because I usually unlock it in my radio's.

I also did a search, and asked a few people I know who are also very good with radio's and they do not know either. The only thing I found was this, and you have to pay this shop to do it.

http://cobraworxshopz.com/12.html


Feb 02, 2009 | Cobra 200 GTL DX 4-Channels Base CB Radio

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Scanner(POLICE) Question


Hi, using the manual button, step to channel 1 and enter your freq. including the point then press the E button. You might have to step to the next channel using the manual button again. Enter the next freq. and repeat. WX is the weather bands. Lockout is for locking out a nuisance channel(as an example, if someone's mic stays keyed, and keeps the squelch open).Priority is for any channel whose conversations you don't want to miss, just press the button for the specific channel. That way any time someone keys up on your priority channel, even if it's on another channel talking, will go right to the priority one. Review gives you a readout of the freq you programmed into a specific channel. If you need new or extra freq's check here on this site.
http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/
** Hope this helps you out, let us know,,, Mechanic

Feb 03, 2008 | Radio Communications

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Operator/instruction manual


ghilger, First off, has your radio been converted to open up all the other channels(including CB)?? That has to be done first, or it's locked in the ham freq's. I think the factory manual is pretty well detailed, but i've been around radios my whole life. The mode button does the changing from am/fm/usb/lsb.Here's from the manual;

MODE: Operating Mode. Press the MODE control to select the operating mode. The operating mode is indicated on the liquid crystal display: am, fm, usb, or lsb.
* See, there is 2 different functions for each button. One set of functions are by just pushing the buttons, the other set of functions are obtained by pushing the function button first. The function button is activated by pushing in on the clarifier knob.
*Here is for saving of freq's;

Memory Save. To save in memory a specific
frequency and operating mode, select the desired mode and rotate the FREQUENCY control to the desired frequency. Press the FUNC button, and then press the M.SAVE button. S will appear on the LCD next to the frequency. While S is displayed, immediately press any of the memory channel buttons (1 - 5). The mode and frequency is now saved into memory. If the S indicator disappears before you press the memory channel button,
the information will not be saved and the process
must be repeated.

M.LOAD: Memory(Recall). To recall, any of the saved memory channels press the M.LOAD
button. L will appear on the LCD for several seconds. While the letter is displayed press the desired memory channel button (1 - 5). The programmed mode and frequency will be displayed.,
If you have any more questions about the radio, repost them here and I'll try to walk you thru them. The radio is a very good ssb rig, especially set up with a power mic. Hope this helps,, Mechanic

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