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Amateur HF Radio TS-140s

Have oper and svc manuals..Cannot fin info to reset transmit to normal power aft it was shut down by the ALC system..They don't tell how !!!
I have been reparing radios since the 1930 s..Stumped ..

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There is no reset for the transmit power. the only thing that effects the power is the slider control on the right hand side of the radio that is marked "PWR" and the ALC/PWR switch located under the clear button.

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Posted on Aug 20, 2008

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