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Can't get freq numbers and channel numbers to match on dx66v

Freq counter doesn't show correct numbers for channel 19 27185

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So,what numbers does it show? If you are at 27.187 or 27.183 it should be no problem that little amount of frequency differance won't make any differance. Now if you were at 27.180 or 190 then you would be going into another band width.

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You'll need to take it to a repair shop. Because it transmits its under FCC rules so a certified tech needs to work on it.

Or take it back to where you got it and have them correct the problem.

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Cold solder joint on Cristal leg or corrosion from the glue has eaten the leg off .

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This problem, really need to be on a bench to test.. FREE at any good cb shop, to tell you what is wrong.... But most times when a freq counter is not working. Either the crystal is bad, poorly soldered, or its not receiving an input signal. Best way to test is to have a second freq counter external inline using coax.. and check the output of the radio and see if it shows correct or wrong. If it is showing correct they you internal freq counter is messed up. and needs to be check for a bad crystal or solder joints. sometimes even the voltage regulators go bad.. If it is showing a wrong freq on external counter then check the radio's crystal and oscillator circuit. this too can be as simple as a cold solder joint. on the solder side check the small surface mount diode near the PLL, next to the PLL shielded covers. It is normally black these come loose often times too. If you need more help feel free to call or text for more help.

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Hello, please tell me what you were doing before and at the time of change. Were the digit lights recently switched? Please give me a little more information so I can be more specific in my answer. Thank you.

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It sounds like you had a cold solder joint. Leaving it in the sun probably temporarily corrected it. I would take it to a tech to have all the solder joints corrected, unless you are handy with a soldering iron. The problem will most likely come back.

All you have to do is pull the top cover off, which will show the bottom, or trace side of the board. Using a soldering iron, make sure any solder joint that doesn't fully look soldered and make sure the solder is fully covering the joint. If need you may have to add solder.

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This problem, really need to be on a bench to test.. FREE at any good cb shop, to tell you what is wrong.... But most times when a freq counter is not working. Either the crystal is bad, poorly soldered, or its not receiving an input signal. Best way to test is to have a second freq counter external inline using coax.. and check the output of the radio and see if it shows correct or wrong. If it is showing correct they you internal freq counter is messed up. and needs to be check for a bad crystal or solder joints. sometimes even the voltage regulators go bad.. If it is showing a wrong freq on external counter then check the radio's crystal and oscillator circuit. this too can be as simple as a cold solder joint. on the solder side check the small surface mount diode near the PLL, next to the PLL shielded covers. It is normally black these come loose often times too. If you need more help feel free to call or text for more help.

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