> Checked the voltage and nothing so guess internal fuse behind the
> jack is blown. Wonder I difficult to replace that fuse will be ?
> Anyone have experience replacing that fuse ?
FT-1000D is relatively easy to replace. Fuse is in a holder and easy
to access ... not soldered in and buried as in some of the newer rigs.
Uses a standard "meter" or instrumentation fuse ...
... Joe, W4TV
On 7/2/2011 7:56 PM, Dr Michael Hunter wrote:
> Noted when I tried to load up my Microkeyer with the microHAM USB
> Device Router that it was not recognised by the computer. There was
> no power to the microKEYER. The power comes from the FT1K +13.5v
> phono jack in the back. Checked the voltage and nothing so guess
> internal fuse behind the jack is blown. Wonder I difficult to replace
> that fuse will be ? Anyone have experience replacing that fuse ?
> Mike K5HDU
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