Take it easy on the service department. Nothing is tougher than finding
and fixing intermittants. The darn things just never act up on the bench,
so the techs take their best shot, let it cook for awhile and bang on it a
bit before sending it back. If it ain't broke on the bench, its darn hard
to fix it. I bet they stick with it until you're satisfied and put a lot
of gratis labor into it before they are done. Life in the radio repair
Ron - WA9IRV
At 07:53 PM 4/14/2003 -0500, you wrote:
>Interesting....I, too, have a problem with my Omni VI which just arrived
>from Ten Tec service and has the same problem it went to Ten Tec service
>Too busy with the Orion, I guess.
> > -----Original Message-----
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> > [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of email@example.com
> > Sent: Monday, April 14, 2003 4:19 PM
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: [TenTec] OMNI V Problem
> > Hi,
> > Once again before I send my OMNI V back to Ten Tec, I am looking
> > for advice.
> > The rig does not work on SSB for very long. I can pull the plug
> > back and forth
> > into the socket and make it work for a small while, but SSB eventually
> > disappears.
> > I did send the rig back to Ten Tec and they repaired an "intermittent PLL
> > connection." This worked for a while but not for long. I
> > hesitate to send the
> > rig back to them (I'll call them tomorrow after posting this
> > note) because this
> > problem was not repaired the last time.
> > Perhaps the problem has to do with making the proper connection
> > with the mike
> > plug. I received an interesting e-mail on this.
> > Others?
> > 73s,
> > Rick
> > P.S. I am unemployed and want an unexpensive solution to this.
> > WO8L
> > Pfafftown, NC
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