Got mine back a couple of weeks ago (#436). It had a slight resistance
(gummy sticky resistance?) at some point during rotation if the dial.
Not bad but noticible. It wasn't there before I sent it away. I thought about
trying an adjustment but decided not to mess with it yet. It went away after
about a week.
I had another 250hz filter installed during the mod. The 2 250hz filters
together does wonder! The other wonder is the NR! Some signals just pop up
out of the noise. It doesn't work on all signals.
At 06:58 PM 11/8/97 -0800, you wrote:
>I received my Omni VI from the factory after the infamous "Plus" upgrade
>this week (#379 for those keeping count). The upgrade is fantastic, but
>unfortunately (and certainly unrelated) the VFO knob binds. Too bad ... it
>was perfect before I returned the radio so I suspect something went amuck
>during shipping or ???
>I have used the adjustment process outlined in the manual ... which calls
>for holding the metal skirt while rotating the knob CCW (anti-clockwise for
>those fine folks across the pond). However, I can't rotate the two
>independently, at least not with hand torque. Any ideas????
>Another curious thing ... if the VFO knob is stationary for 5-10 minutes,
>and then I rotate the knob to another frequency, there's like a gummy sticky
>resistance that seems to break loose after 45 to 90 degrees of knob
>rotation. Could this be a lubricant issue? Again, I had not noticed this
>previously, but as the radio was in repair during the visit, TenTec may have
>done some well meaning preventative maintenance for me!
>Ideas on either of these issues would be appreciated.
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