MP's Mystery Pots ...?
Bill W. Cox [AA4NU]
Mon, 15 Jul 1996 20:42:05 -0500 (CDT)
Ok ... let's see if this helps ... Comparing Page 72 of the owner's manual
with page 3-11 of the MP "Technical Supplement" ...
The two layouts are the same ... Huh ? Turn the diagram on page 72
upside down and it lines up with the layout shown in the "tech manual"
Also I added the MODE to the VR68**'s listed below as per the book ...
That help ? 73 Bill AA4NU email@example.com
> There is something funny here.... The manual says vr6811 is the cw tuning
> meter calibration. See page 72. It's the top leftmost pot labeled cw.
> See page 18. Now the mystery pot is vr6812 that comes with the warning.
> It fits the same description as vr6812 according to the below information.
> It is not labeled. Could someone with a tech manual look this up.
> > I see two rows, with five pots on the top row, and seven on the lower row
> > Here's what the labels show ...
> > VR6804 VR6802 VR6803 VR6801 VR6812
> > VR6807 VR6808 VR6805 VR6806 VR6809 VR6810 VR6811
> > Ok, so what are those pots labeled ?
> > VR6804 - headphone output level preset
> > VR6802 - headphone output level preset
> > VR6803 - headphone output level preset
> > VR6801 - headphone output level preset
> > VR6812 - tuning meter center point
> > VR6807 - FM microphone gain
> > VR6808 - VOX gain preset
> > VR6805 - delay preset
> > VR6806 - anti-trip preset
> > VR6809 - tuning meter preset (PKT)
> > VR6810 - tuning meter preset (RTTY)
> > VR6811 - tuning meter preset (CW)
> > One note I see regarding "Headphone Output Level Preset" states to
> > preset VR6801, VR6802, VR6803, and VR6804 to their 12-o'clock positions.
> > That info help ?
> > 73 Bill AA4NU firstname.lastname@example.org
> Steve Ellington N4LQ@IGLOU.COM Louisville, Ky