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zamoeba
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The transmitter has been running flawlessly. However, I'm getting an error code when I run the "test" function.

The display on the LCD is as follows:

0-VCO OK-3
ERROR-1

What the heck does this mean? The TX appears to be functioning normally. A power cycle is not clearing the errror.

Any suggestions?

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Paul
Sat Jul 13, 2002 9:19 am View user's profile Send private message Visit poster's website AIM Address
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What the heck does that mean you inquire?Well have you really given it serious thought...have you read the instruction book?

Lets point you in the right direction...PLL staus codes...is there a 9volt regultor around somewhere?..Do you have the Lock Monitor enabled or disabled?..and if it is enabled,can you still transmit or even do a tune up in the tune mode??
Fri Jul 26, 2002 7:36 am
zamoeba
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I've finally gotten around to responding to you:

First of all, your response is a bit rude. Don't you think that I have looked through the user guide to find the answer to this question? I have! There is nothing in the manual that I received that explains what the error codes are.

Second, the error is "new" in that it wasn't appearing before when I would run the self-test function.

So my question still stands: what does it mean? And where can we get a list of the error codes and their solutions?

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Zamoeba
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The only meaningfull information from these codes is the first value,
VCO OK. If this is OK than all is OK and you can sleep peacefully.

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Thanks, Marko et al. I think that my response was rude, and perhaps there was some sort of language barrier that made the first reply seem rude, when it really wasn't.

What I would like to know is why did the error message suddenly appear, when it wasn't there before?

The TX has been running FLAWLESSLY! Thanks for a great product.

Best regards,
Paul
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Its just Norm. This guy tends to be rude to everyone.
Don't associate him with us. He is just another forum
member.

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