Learn to use the "fast" button. The knob is still and the encoder was
designed that way. No friction adjustment can be made.
Yes, it kinda stinks, but the radio has SOOOO many other redeeming
qualities it's worth the small stuff.
BTW, check your firmware everyone. 5.1 (I think) is the latest. Mine no
longer suffers from weird quirky software bugs as it did.
ALSO, make sure your radio has a voltage regulator board above the logic
board. This eliminates the problem of TX drift (long story on request,
basically it comes down to different IR drops in the power cable causing
different voltages across, and capacitances of, the PIN diodes when output
power varies - like on SSB).
* Scott Rosenfeld NF3I Burtonsville, MD FM19mc QRV 80-10/6/2/440 *
*** 6m 75 grids worked on 8 watts *** HF 138 cfmd * QRP-L #147 ***
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> Does anyone know if there is a way to decrease the resistance on
> vfo knob of the OMNI V. The one I have presents quite a bit of frictional
> resistance or whatever. It is not really an easy spin via the finger hole,
> and I think this cannot be correct. Compared to the freer spins on my
> former OMNI C or TT Argo, this is very resistant when I want to move up or
> Any info on adjustments, as well as getting TO where the adjustment(s)
> might be done, would be appreciated.