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Thanks for the reply Rick I've ran soldering iron across all of the ics and along receive chain starting with tr17 but still no change again Thanks for all your help its a good thing you do on this sight helping everyone out. This is a excellent radio forum lots of good information and nice friendly people from what Ive read so far. Thanks again to the forum for letting me join and every one else who helps make this forum what it is.Rick wrote:Check for bad soldering, as it sounds like a dry joint.
Thanks for every ones help Rick i checked voltage at tr36 and it was 8.7v '' SoCal392'' I also changed 10.240 xtal didn't have the right xtal to change 10.6975 xtal all i have is 10.695 xtal. radio is staying stable for now need to use for a while to see what happens. Thanks again for every ones help. I will let you all know if this cured it or not Thanks.SoCal392 wrote:rick is right. It sounds like a bad 10.240 xtal. I experienced this recently with a connex 3300 and a galaxy 44
Thanks ''kc8mob'' if it starts acting up again ill check the voltage on the regulator didn't think that would have any thing to do with it because the lights wouldn't dim when it was drifting off frequency . Thanks for your help.kc8mob wrote:Almost sounds like a junk regulator. Or somethings voltage has some ripple in it intermittently. That's if what you did already didn't fix it.
Thanks for every ones help i think the xtal may have fixed the problem radio is still stable so far. Like i said earlier this is a great forum and their is a lot of good information and good people helping each other out here i read up on new posts here daily and hopefully i will be able to help some one out in the near future my self. Thanks again to the forum and every one else who has helped me and others like me solve problems with their radios keep up the good work.kc8mob wrote:Your PLL and all of that neat stuff run off of their own regulator. Not the device that supplies power to the audio and RF output stages.
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