|[AMRadio] Got an FT102|
ellenjoanne2003 at sbcglobal.net
Wed Nov 28 07:02:20 EST 2007
OK, the group you are talking about, is the Fox Tango Group. I belong to
them (since I have an FT-620B for 6m). Carol Maher, W4CLM, the group owner
knows her Yaesus (she's been working on them for a very long time). They
have 2 groups:
1. A Yahoo discussion group:
2. The main home website (this is where all of the files, and info on
different radios related is kept):
There is also a Yahoo group devoted to just the FT-102:
73 & good luck, the FT-102 is a pretty good radio,
Ellen - AF9J
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Sent: Tuesday, November 27, 2007 10:23 PM
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Got an FT102
> There is a "Fox Tango" yahoo group with all the info you will need
concerning problems with the FT101 and 102s.
> If the relay is the same type in the 102 as the 101s it uses a two piece
contact instead of a continous metal contact. This causes problems. Also
that relay does not follow the standard pinout so replacement with a
similiar contact and voltage relay needs to be rewired.
> I have the 101's and they receive real well with a good alignment and the
AM filter and mods. Very minor drift on warmup.
> Bill, KB3DKS/1
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