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Yaesu FT-920 MARS

Discussion in 'Ham Equipment' started by Tom G, May 3, 2015.

  1. Tom G

    Tom G New Member

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    Hi All,

    I know this is going back some, but does anyone have complete instructions for opening the 920 for MARS?
    My serial number is 7F030408, and I've done the following vis a post here, but without positive results (and thankfully no negative ones either-that I know of):
    1. clipped the green wire under the DSP unit

    2. pressed and held STEP and LOCK while powering on

    3. Entered " 1 9 8 4 1 2 9" and pressed enter.

    Still unbale to xmit outside the band, and seem to think I need to tell the rig it can xmit. Similar to the 5Mhz mod where the F-menu is accessed.



    Can anyone out there help in this area?

    Thanks,
    TomG-KG3Z
     

  2. BJ radionut

    BJ radionut Supporting Member

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  3. Tom G

    Tom G New Member

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    Thanks Gary..Checking now..
    Tom
     
  4. Tom G

    Tom G New Member

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    Gary, That did it. :)

    Now I just hope cutting the green wire was really necessary o_O

    Thanks again

    Tom
     
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