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Discussion in 'Ham Equipment' started by Se7en, Mar 14, 2012.
Look at the little black tab to the right of the VFO knob that slides to adjust the tension, it has a click mode as well.
Page i-2 and i-3 of the manual
I know about that. No its coming from the speaker.... I'll make a video of it this afternoon. Its really bad on AM & FM.
I'm interested myself. I haven't had that happen with my IC7000 yet.
I just checked this morning and from 21MHz down to 30KHz its rough. Between 22MHz and 440MHz its smooth and doesn't do it? here is a video listen carefully:
I will have to post link after it uploads please stand by
@KC9Q i have always used VFO A never bothered using VFO B.
here it is
Dfgjki - YouTube
the noise is an INTERNAL noise generated by the VFO multipler or possibly the marker generator ...
unless is has the CB,........ err,.............. Mars mod and the band pass filters are 'effed up
Does indeed have the mars mod, but i have never transmitted there.
does nto have the TV mod.
how do bandpass filter break?
Why does this only happen on HF and not 12 meters and above?
I will also add i have noticed when i turn the radio on the external speaker makes an annoying POP sound, and when headphones are plugged in the POP is so loud you cant have the headphones on! the power supply is pushing a steady 14.3VDC. when i get home ill try the rig on a battery and shut all the power off in the house. This really sucks because i dont abuse or misuse this radio.
Page 25 of the manual
Before I do that, I have a cable since I use the radio via H.R.D. Can I back up my programmed frequency's some how ? I don't have any software and it would really help to get freeware....cause I have a feeling im going to be slapped in the face by icom with a huge repair bill.
Woa the reply woke me up. Let me try it right now. I did forget to unplug that cable.