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13.6 volts trace tdo power input on mother yet unable to power up please help
Here's a link to the service manual - www.shercoares.org > doc_files > manuals > ica110_sm. This may help. Have you checked both fuses? They should both be about 10A. Use a meter to check them. A visible check may not show the fuses open.
Posted on Nov 10, 2019
Hi, The Icom radio models start with IC followed by numbers and then letter(s). The BP5 is the model of the battery pack. Pls post back. I'm not familiar with Regency U156B. However, there is a Regency RU156 which is a 16 channel UHF 25watt mobile radio which could either be crystal controlled or PLL diode matrix. Regency was reported sold to the BK Relm Company, which no longer supports older Regency Radio Equipment. There are a few sites on the Internet where you can get hold of a user's manual (some for a fee) like http://www.bearcat1.com/manuals.htm. Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how thin gs turned up, the Icom model or should you need additional information. Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Oct 03, 2007
There is apparently some component in the stanby circuit that is malfunctioning. There may be a milli amp fuse off the standy transformer secondary. Check - don't confuse with a resistor. It may read 2 ohms or less
Posted on May 10, 2008
SOURCE: Searching for Satellite
The voltage is supplied by the power-supply through the RF/IF interface usually encased in a metal box on its own. Also without knowing the model number of your unit I cant help any further.
Posted on May 17, 2008
SOURCE: My icom 706 mk2g powers
I had a similar problem on my 706 MK1. The problem was corroded connections on the white power connector at the rear, When on tx the voltage drop across this connector was great enough to switch the radio off. try cleaning/re-seating this connector
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
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