[Yaesu] Yaesu FT767GX Dead
sm2cew at telia.com
Tue Jul 10 12:58:34 PDT 2012
Sounds like the internal PSU is dead. Probably a couple of capacitors in
the switch mode powersupply have gone bad, this is a common fault. Try
running the rig on an external 12 VDC to verify that it is ok.
Same thing happended to me with my FT-736R. After running it on an external
supply for a while I found a nice 12 volt module that fitted inside the
rig, replacing the original switch mode PSU.
Hope this helps.
At 11:45 2012-07-09 , Arnie Adelman wrote:
>All kinds of things happen when you push the FT-767 power button - including
>meter light, display, cooling fan, etc. If you're not even getting a meter
>light, then you're not getting any DC from the built-in power supply. Power
>cord not fully inserted, fuse, no A/C at the plug or something internal in
>the power supply.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Ronald Stuy" <pa3ewp at zonnet.nl>
>To: <yaesu at contesting.com>
>Sent: Sunday, July 08, 2012 1:50 PM
>Subject: [Yaesu] Yaesu FT767GX Dead
>> A friend of my has a FT767GX for many years. But the last years he hasn't
>> turned it on at all.
>> Last week he tried to power it up again, but nothing.
>> The radio is completely dead, any idea what could be wrong?
>> 73 Ronald
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