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Please, you would have ((Service Manual and Usuario Manual)), or the Location of the Trim pots goes FORWARD scale adjustment. In my Unit DAIWA DIGITAL POWER METER MODEL DP-830. I'm Radio Amateur and I Disassembly my Unit and I found 6 Trim pots, All : RV1 - RV2 - RV3 - RV4 - RV5 - RV6 and One Pot is name (TC) How to identify FORWARD or REFLECTED ? is all RV ? Reminding that DP-830 doesn't measure Reflect Power, just FORWARD and SWR

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