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[Yaesu] Re: Jumpy clarifier in the FT1000MP

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Subject: [Yaesu] Re: Jumpy clarifier in the FT1000MP
From: tgstewart@pepco.com (tgstewart@pepco.com)
Date: Thu, 28 May 1998 14:16:54 -0400
I have two fairly early ones...batches 01 and 06...both of them jump on
occasion, but the 06 one was really bad.  I just replaced it last night and
it seems to be cured.  A weekend of WPX ought to tell for sure!  73, Ty

"WD8ARZ" <wd8arz@null.net> on 05/27/98 01:13:31 PM

Please respond to "WD8ARZ" <wd8arz@null.net>

To:   "1000MP" <1000mp@jehosophat.com>
cc:   Tyler G Stewart/BENN/CEC
Subject:  Jumpy clarifier in the FT1000MP

Hello Ty, what serial number and cpu version do you have for your
It will help us see what groups of rigs that might be affected by your
problem. First time I have heard of it. I have my tuning rate increments
tuned way done to make it smoother.

I have also posted a copy of my message to you to the FT-1000MP reflector.
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73 from Bill - WD8ARZ

[Yaesu] Jumpy clarifier in the FT1000MP
Mon, 18 May 1998 09:38:18 -0400

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I know many of us have been suffering with jumpy clarifiers in the MP.  I
have 2 and they've both been bad since "birth".  I've got a couple of new
shaft encoders and will replace them shortly and let you guys know if this
fixes the problem.

73, Ty K3MM

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