What your seeing is the preset for the counter.
The display is nothing more than a freq counter.
If you have a scope or counter see what's going into the counter/display. If I
recall there is a RCA plug that goes into that assembly.
Start at the pto and then back to the vfo amp.
No counter or scope?
Then loop some wire around the output if the pto cable and drape it over a
general coverage rec tuned to 5.2 MHz then move the pto of the omni Around as
you listen for its signal in the Rec.
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On Feb 20, 2012, at 9:14 AM, Michael Silevitch <email@example.com> wrote:
> Thanks Mike, I checked that.
> Mike K1PEV
> On 2/20/12 9:08 AM, "Mike Bryce" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Make sure the vfo in and vfo out jacks are jumpers on the rear panel.
>> Mike wb8vge.
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>> On Feb 20, 2012, at 8:18 AM, Michael Silevitch <email@example.com>
>>> I am trying to understand a problem with my newly purchased OMNI C. It
>>> operating fine according to the person who sold it to me (and I believe
>>> him!). Upon arrival it seems that the PTO has no output or there is a
>>> problem mixing the PTO signal. The reason I say this is because I am
>>> observing displays of 9MHz, 1 MHz or 91MHz depending on the band. There
>>> no transmitter drive current. According to the manual the display
>>> output is
>>> a sign that mixing with the PTO is not occurring. I assume this also
>>> correlates with no transmitter current. I think (hope) the problem is
>>> something simple that was caused by the rough and tumble of shipping. I
>>> try things like testing the VFO out-in jumper, jiggling cables, leaving
>>> unit on overnight, etc. I do have the option of shipping the unit back
>>> but I
>>> would rather fix it if it is a simple fix.
>>> Another question. Will the Corsair 263 VFO work on the OMNI C?
>>> I would greatly appreciate any advice on this problem.
>>> Mike K1PEV
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