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[TenTec] Jupiter Tuning Glitch and Low Audio

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Subject: [TenTec] Jupiter Tuning Glitch and Low Audio
From: duffyb01@fuse.net (duffyb01@fuse.net)
Date: Tue, 26 Feb 2002 21:38:28 -0500
Yes, I have experienced the same EXACT problem.  I think I have it narrowed 
down to not pressing and holding the button (switch) for just awhile longer.  
The problem does not happen all the time.  I think when I tried to shut off the 
tune, I pressed it real quick and that's when the problem with the increase in 
tone and the power jumping up.  I think if you hold the Tune button a 
"microsecond" longer, it goes off as expected.  Probably there is something 
with the timing in the firmware that was changed with the update.  It is 
annoying, but does not happen all the time.


> From: "Jeff Peacock" <ve3ios@servers.ca>
To: <tentec@contesting.com>
> Date: 2002/02/26 Tue PM 08:41:25 EST
> To: "tentec" <tentec@contesting.com>
> Subject: [TenTec] Jupiter Tuning Glitch and Low Audio
> Occasionally when I am tuning up, when I push the tune button to stop, the
> tone goes to a higher level and the tune button has to be pushed again to
> shut it off completely. Did a master reset and it still persists. Anyone
> else had this problem?
> Called the factory today about my low audio output. If you are using a Heil
> headset the audio gain has to be turned up on the bottom board to compensate
> for the output loss. When I mentioned it to service this morning it sounded
> like I was not the first person to call about it. In fact they asked if I
> was using a Heil headset.
> jeff
> ve3ios
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