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Post by steve_corkett » Monday 4th Sep 2006, 5:27

does anyone have a magpies autoscan diagram as i need to know the number of IC13 i know it starts mc14 but the rest of the chip i have here is burnt if anyone can help out as info on this radio is hard to find

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Re: Magpie autoscann 5000

Post by Rick » Monday 4th Sep 2006, 7:14

The IC is MC145106P

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Post by steve_corkett » Monday 4th Sep 2006, 8:11

are 100% sure before i order one up

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Re: Re: Magpie autoscann 5000

Post by Rick » Monday 4th Sep 2006, 10:23

IC13 Sorry my error I read it as IC3 the number should be MC14093B which is up / down scan control chip, which how on the Motorola discontinued products list, if you can not find it you can use a CD4093B

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Post by steve_corkett » Sunday 10th Sep 2006, 20:26

ive got the chip and fitted it and it seems to have restored the scan feature the only problem i have now is the left hand side of the led says 8 perminantly and the right hand side is fine and goes 0-9 any ideas

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Re: Re: Re: Magpie autoscann 5000

Post by Rick » Sunday 10th Sep 2006, 23:09

Try replaceing IC11 (CD4511).

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