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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Surely you've checked connections, etc.----could balun have gone bad? Also are you using an external tuner? Lots of MFJ tuners will "screw up" once in a while. Open it up and inspect it
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
This is usually due to a stuck or shorted ptt line. I have repaired a couple of these and it was the same component each time. The packet TX transistor Q65 shorted causing the radio to power up in TX inhibit mode. Transistor Q65 is located on the underside of the IF board under the ACC 2 connector. This switching transistor is used only for tx (pin 9 of acc 2) and no other circuits depend on it. It can be removed completely if you don't mind not having ptt on acc 2.
This seems to be a common problem lately, I hope this helps you.
Posted on Aug 09, 2011
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