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Mt1000 lock up

It opccurs when changing channels.i suspect there is a higher freq than band split in radio.when it passes that channels.it locks up.....reamains locked up.powering down does no good.shows what looks like 88 in digital display

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I think there is a problem with the Synthetizer, you will need quilyfied service. This could be caused when you change frequency, the Synth, can not be able to "produce" the desired freq. caused for a problem in this area, this causes to the radios get PLL UNLOCKED and this could be the way that the radio give an alert to the user.

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