Have you tired performing a general reset (see page 92 of your Operator's Manual). If you have tried this and still have had no luck, be sure that you have established a good ground to earth and that you are not getting a lot of RF back into your 920.
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
You can also call Yaesu Tech Support for free/additional help at 714-827-7600, or join the Yahoo FT-920 User's Group at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/YaesuFT920/
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tx is the word for transmit and rx is for receive
if you press the talk button, the unit goes into transmit mode and is received in the receiver of the other unit/s
now that your statement has been clarified what was the question?
FIRST, if this code comes back. Have a technician look at it DO NOT CONTINUE TO RESET the code!!!! AS this is for the Hot Part called the FUSER. It can catch on fire! And that will ruin a perfectly good day!!!!
The soft switch you want is 03 -1-0
with the code it will be 03-1-1
1. "Service mode menu screen"
Press [07 System Setting].
2. "System Setting menu screen"
Press [01 Software DIPSW Setting].
3. "Software DIPSW Setting screen"
Press the [?], [?] or the numeric keys to select DIPSW bit number.
4. Press [On (1)] or [Off (0)] to set the selected bit number ON/OFF.
5. Press [Return] to return to the "Service mode menu screen" on which the sub menu was displayed.
The tuner on this is weird. It requires three presses of the tune button. Read your manual... One press turns on tuner and passes audio till it times out. A second turns on tuner and kills audio... the third press restores audio... Others have had the same problem understanding this three mode thing and the timeout in the first two modes is confusing when sound disappears.
You will need to remove the front control panel assembly (2 screws and 1 ribbon cable) with copier opened like removing a paper misfeed (or replacing toner unit). Next, you will need to separate circuit board from control panel in order to gain access to the switch under the green print button. Sometimes, you can use electrical contact cleaner (tuner cleaner) to spray into the switch itself, pressing the switch numerous times to evaporate the solution from inside contacts of said switch. Now use a multimeter to check for continuity while depressing the switch and releasing. If cleaning the switch fails, either the switch will need to be replaced or the control circuit board will need to be replaced...replacing the switch isn't difficult, if you know how to solder. Reassembly is reverse of disassembly.
Page 12 of the WD810 manual states:
=SWITCHING TO XM MODE
Press MOD button (6) shortly to select XM mode.
=SELECTING CHANNEL UP/DOWN
Press the TUN/TR>> button (17) or TUN/TRK<< button (16) to select the channel up or down.
= SM MODE SELECTION
Press LOC/XM button (2) to switch Category mode, Skip mode or normal. It is used as the selection of each: Normal >> Category mode >> Direct Tune >>
When Category mode or Skip mode is engaged, the "CATEGORY" function is turned on in the display. When Category mode or Skip mode is released, the "CATEGORY" function is turned off. When Direct mode is engaged, "DIRECT" of alphanumeric display is turned on.
How to direct tune