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I have a kenwood TS-450s radio that has quit working on the 10, 11 and 12 meter bands. If you turn the radio on and it is on these bands you just get dashes on the display and no sound or transmit. But you can push the M/V button on the front of the radio and it will work for a minute or two. All the other bands work fine. Thanks Harvey

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  • dirtboss Mar 29, 2008

    This did not help with my radio.This is a kenwood TS-450s ham radio. Need an answer that is correct for that amount of money.
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    Harvey

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Hmmm...that's a little weird..perhaps that section of the tuner components is off adjustment? you a technical sort of down to the component guy?

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    Patrick Michaels Mar 28, 2008

    that link goes to a 570 which is similar, but not exact..

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HI,

Click HERE to download the user manual.I hope this will help you.
Please go through the troubleshooting steps in the manual.

Goodluck,
Please don't forget to rate the solution.

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  • Priya darshan Mar 29, 2008

    You can go for other expert's advice.You can deny our solution's and your question will be posted again.You don't need to pay for that.


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