Yes, Alex is correct.
Just a note that the Omni 6 does not actually switch
these wires. The Omni 6 just jumpers them - they are
not wired to the power switch. I suspect in older
rigs, TenTec actually switched them so that the rig
actually turned the power supply on and off.
--- Alex Mendelsohn <email@example.com> wrote:
> yes, there is. Check the schematic and jumper the
> Molex connector before
> arriving at any further conclusions.
> Vy 73, AI2Q, Alex in Kennebunk, Maine .-.-.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Behalf Of James D. Duffer
> > Sent: Friday, August 06, 1999 7:25 AM
> > To: Jim Reid
> > Cc: email@example.com
> > Subject: Re: [TenTec] Blown PS 962
> > > This time, had presence of mind to disconnect
> the PS from
> > > the Omni. Put in another fuse, turned on the
> power -- nothing,
> > > no pilot light. Checked the fuse, was not
> > >
> > > So, obviously I made an error putting in the 10
> amp fast blow
> > Maybe, maybe not......with the power supply
> disconnected from the Omni
> > VI, how did you turn the power supply on? Isn't
> there a a pair of
> > wires that must be connected together via the
> power on/off switch
> > located on the Omni? Just wondering, and I
> haven't taken time to look
> > at my set up this morning.
> > Wish you luck with it.
> > Jim, WD4AIR
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