Question about Radio Communications
This is a common problem with this model. If you have knowledge in electronics and have access to an electronics shop and in possession of a soldering iron and a multimeter you can fix it yourself and kindly don't neglect for future safeguarding. Here is your solution.
Look for the collector of TR-23, you should read about 4.5 V with a dead key. If you find that this voltage is not present, check on the opposite side of R-120 for 6.5V. Most likely this voltage will not be present; if this is the case, C18 has shorted and needs to be replaced. This is a 330uf, 10V electrolytic capacitor beside L31. To prevent "future" problems, replace with a 16V unit.
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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