Rick and Bill,
Thanks for the quick response. Shortly after I posted the question, I
also tried 12 meters and found it too had no transmit, but okay receive.
I'll take a look at your web page Rick and then give Ten-Tec a call
tomorrow for the relays.
Karl - W5QJ
On 02/12/2012 11:31 AM, Rick W wrote:
> Karl you should test the output into a dummy load on all bands. If the
> symptoms are similar on 12 metres and 10 metres then I'd suspect a relay
> failure. I have written up the repair process on my website.
> On page 3 of my document there is a photo of the low pass filter board
> relays. The 10/12 metre relay pair are on the right of the photo
> (immediately to the right of the 15/17 metre relay that is being replaced).
> Good luck.
> Website: http://www.ve7tk.com
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [TenTec] Jupiter - No transmit power output 10 meters
> From: Karl Heimbach<email@example.com>
> Date: Sun, 12 Feb 2012 10:53:04 -0600
> All, I will also post this to the Jupiter group, but seems I have no power
> output on 10 meters. I can see amps being pulled on the power supply
> when the key is brought up or mike button pressed, but there is no
> output power. If memory serves me correctly, this has been reported on
> 17 meters (and perhaps other bands too). Receive is not effected. Other
> bands operate normally. Do I have a bandpass filter or relay
> failure? It appears specific to 10 meters. Thanks, Karl - W5QJ
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