I agree I didn't mess with the Menu settings on mine till I got use to the
After a few months when I got comfortable with the Rig I took a day and read
the entire Manual and then changed some menu settings like the enableing of
the Notch Filter insted of DSP Auto and a few other settings. I love this
radio and it works flawlessly.
GL 73s de John W4DJ
To: "Patrick W7TMT" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: [Yaesu] Mark V Sub-Receiver Problem
Date: Sun, 16 Oct 2005 21:04:18 +0000
In the menu settings for the FT-1000MP and the Mark V radios, there is a
way to disable the Sub-Receiver. If you were working through the menu list
you may have inadvertently shut down that part of the radio. Check menu
item 7-8 (on the 200 watt Mark V).
-------------- Original message from "Patrick W7TMT" <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Just picked up a new FT-1000MP Mark V Field and before I take it back to
> dealer I thought I'd see if the knowledgeable folks on the list had any
> suggestions for this problem.
> Brand new out-of-the-box radio. No extra filters added yet (I have an
> in the pipe-line to InRad). When I first turned the radio on the
> sub-receiver appeared to work as expected. After about a half hour of
> reading through the manual and looking at the various settings etc. and
> tuning around the bands checking out the receive functions the
> suddenly quit working. Never even put the radio into the transmit mode I
> just listening to the receiver and trying out the various EDSP and
> settings. Audio is there and lots of background noise, in fact much more
> than in the main receiver, but no signals are received. Since then I
> verified that VFO can be used to control the transmit freq. but the
> is gone. I have already done a total CPU reset per the manual (twice) to
> avail. Any ideas other than me boxing it up and taking it back.
> the store is within driving distance (if you consider a couple of hours
> "within driving distance").
> Thanks for your assistance.
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