Have you tried disconnecting plug 52 on the IF/AF Circuit Board? My Omni
had the same problem and after bypassing the sidetone "wraparound" circuit,
the problem went away completely.
If you haven't tried it, simply unplug connector 52. If it works for you,
use a tie-wrap and fasten it next to an adjacent cable bundle. The sidetone
circuit still works without it, only now the volume control controls it but
the sidetone mix is still adjustable using your "ST" button. They should
have designed it like this from the beginning.
>From: Dale L. Martin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>To: Ten-Tec Reflector <Tentec@contesting.com>
>Date: Sunday, November 22, 1998 10:12 AM
>Subject: Re: [TenTec] Ten Tec Cure for Clicking Omni 6 a No Go
>>Let's beat this thing to death here....Two weeks ago, I sat
>>through the whole SS CW Contest with the 'clicks'.
>>I even ran the sidetone down to zero (off) and the clicks were
>>still present in the internal speaker, headphones, and external
>>Has anyone done any further investigation as to the source of the
>>I'm going to see if I can borrow an oscilloscope from our club
>>test bench and see if i can follow the noise backwards to it's
>>source...at least to the board it may be sourced from.
>>I don't know about others, but the heightened awareness of it's
>>existence has now placed the 'click' on the same level as a
>>dripping water faucet in the bathtub.....
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