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I believe the problem I am having is when I press M>V, the freqs stored in memory are only being recalled to VFO A but not to VFO B.
- For example, in memory #13 I have stored 14.000 for VFO A, ( start freq) and 14.060 ( end freq) stored in VFO B, both for CW mode. When I press M>V, only 14.000 is recalled to VFO A, VFO B stays at what ever freq it had been at.previously, thus when I hold "Scan" it does not start.
- so how do I get both VFO A&B to be recalled from memory when I press M>V ??
---In Elecraft_K3@..., <k8vfv@...> wrote:
That should also work....
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On 01 Dec 13 5:10 PM, eckerpw@... wrote:
> Bob- thanks for the quick reply. What you describe, sounds like a mostly
> manual operation.. When I do M>V and recall the stored freqs, should
> that populate both VFO A & B and then be able to proceed to the "Hold
> the Scan" to start the scanning op??
> 73 Paul
> ---In Elecraft_K3@..., <k8vfv@...> wrote:
> Set VFO A to the lowest freq. Set VFO B to the high freq. Go to a
> different band. Now come back to the band that you set the freqs for.
> The radio will now read them. Now hold the scan button......
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> Member of: 10-X, CCA & SEMDXA (V.P.)
> Life member: AMSAT, ARRL & QCWA
> 50 MHz VUCC 482
> 9 Band DXCC, 6 Band WAS
> 5BWAZ #179, 160 WAZ #418
> DXCC Honor Roll #1 Phone
> DXCC CW 323 and RTTY 306
> BSA Troop 43 Holly, MI
> Assistant Scoutmaster &
> Outdoor Activities Coordinator &
> OA Troop Representative Adviser
> Email-K8VFV at ARRL dot NET
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> On 01 Dec 13 3:17 PM, eckerpw@... <mailto:eckerpw@...> wrote:
> > For some reason, I cannot get the scanning function to work on my K3. I
> > am following the instructions in the K3 manual pg 40 as well as the Fred
> > Cady book pg. 46. I am using the Elecraft K3 Memory Editor to program
> > the frequencies into the K3 memories.
> > When I press the M>V button, the recalled memory comes up in the VFO B
> > window as it should, but when I Hold the Scan button to start scanning,
> > the VFO B window just returns to the freq readout display and the K3
> > does not start scanning. Looked thru the archives but can’t find
> > anything relevant.
> > What am I missing?
> > 73 Paul
> > Kc2nyu