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My icom 706 mk2g transmits on VHF uhf but not on HF whats the possible problem

My icom 706mk2g does no give me hf power on the hf bands but on uhf is working wel.
On the s meter the last blok is turn on.
Reseiver is working wel.
Wat can it be?? Transistor Finals broken???
The two srfj?

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Users manual for fd 880


I have had the misfortune to have owned that very model & make of radio. The manual that came with it was written in CHINGLISH, which made it quite hard to decipher into our English, these units are mass produced in China, and in there lies the main problem.

There is very little backup service available in a language we can truly understand and the warranty is useless outside of China.

The unit I had began failing after 3 months, and eventually became unuseable, so I learnt my lesson and refuse to buy anything made in china.

unless someone else reading this post can help you with a link to download the manual, I'm afraid there's not much else I can do for you. I suggest that you spend between $150.00 - $300.00 for a more reliable brand manufacture in any other country than China, such as USA, UK, NZ, Germany, Malaysia, Japan, Australia, just to name a few. ebay is a great site to purchase great brands at a reasonable price, but stay clear of the mass produced Chinese made radios.


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I have a Sony FD Trinitron Wega (KV-32HS510). When I attempt to turn the tv on by pressing the power button on the remote or on the tv, the standby light comes on and I hear two clicks but tv don't...

The primary power supply is good,maybe the horizontal output transistor is deffective thats why there is no high voltage supply in the picture tube because theflyback have no supply voltage and oscilation.So check the harizontal output transistor and replace if deffective.

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I accidently knocked my satallite box down, which pulled out and broke off the VHF/UHF jack. Is this something that would be expensive to fix, or is it something I can fix myself?

The repair to replace the RF connector can be a long and complicated one. You should probably take this to a TV tech for repair. Or in another case, if you have a video one or a video two connection, apply RCA cords from the satellite box to the TV. Save a the price of a repair. Thanks for asking and give me a few hands!

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FDC == Floppy Disk Controller

The FDC controls the 3.5-inch diskette drive.

Check that the drive is getting electrical power,
and that the ribbon-cable from the motherboard is connected to the drive.

Or, press F1 to enter BIOS SETUP, and select "disable" to block all usage of the 3.5-inch diskette-drive.

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Tv kv-32f120 does not on

You can't repair transistor damage. I'm sorry.
If the computer is new, you can contact the company and ask them for a new one or ask for a discount.

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