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Re: [IC-7000] IC 7000

kc0aqe13
 

Chuck,

I have full power out on two meters and the three antennas were all
checked for swr's and all were under 1.5 swr. I was tole that the audio
was breaking up on SSB, and FM so I swapped antennas to see if there was
a difference but no change. I have good audio on all HF bands and 6
meters. The RF does not drop during operation just the audio breaks up.

Dennis/kc0aqe
--- In ic7000@yahoogroups.com, Charles Scott <cscott@...> wrote:

Dennis:

When you say "cutting out" on 2 Meters, do you mean RF or audio? If
you're using FM, does the output power drop out or just the audio? Do
you also have problems on HF? (It wasn't clear from your message.)
When
you say power is low, how low and measuring it how?

What you're describing could be anything from a microphone problem, to
a
DC power problem, to an antenna problem and just about anything in
between. See if you can sort out a bit better as to which end of the
radio has the problem.

Chuck - N8DNX

On 9/1/2012 12:25 PM, kc0aqe13 wrote:
I have a IC 7000 and HF and the 2 meter has a problem of cutting out
on 2 meter and 2 meter side band not enough audio getting out to make
sense of it. The receiving person said I break up too much to understand
what I am saying. I rebooted and checked power out and it is low. Any
suggestions?

Dennis/kc0aqe


Re: [IC-7000] Files Section

Perry <k4pwo@...>
 

Look at the bottom of this message for the "visit your group" link.

73 de Perry - K4PWO

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Subject: [IC-7000] Files Section

How do you access the Files section for the IC7000 group? I have been following this group for some time now, and because of the extremely good posts just purchsed a 7k. Extroadinarily good group. Sometimes things seem to "HEAT" up though.





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Files Section

Larry <lawitcher@...>
 

How do you access the Files section for the IC7000 group? I have been following this group for some time now, and because of the extremely good posts just purchsed a 7k. Extroadinarily good group. Sometimes things seem to "HEAT" up though.


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Diesel
 


Re: Grounding Springs...

Steve W3AHL
 

Look in this group's Files section for '7L GROUNDING FINGERS.doc" that I posted lasted year. The photos show where all the grounding fingers are located.

Steve, W3AHL

--- In ic7000@yahoogroups.com, Mike <mghutchins@...> wrote:

I took the covers off of my IC7K (#0801001) today to check the grounding
springs.
Those on the bottom board were fine as were those on the top boards.

However, lying, loose & unconnected on the top, DDS, board, was what
looks like one of the spring 'fingers', though somewhat smaller - about
a half-inch long and one-sixteenth wide.
One of its ends has solder on it, but I have been unable to discover
where this 'finger' may have come from.

Rig still seems to work fine, so luckily nothing was shorted....could
have been a sad story in a mobile rig...

If anybody out there is familiar with the DDS board - or if anybody has
an IC7K opened up & in front of them, & can look & let me know where, if
its not a 'foreign body, this thing should be mounted, I'd be glad of
any info.

Thanks & 73 de Mike, zl1mh.
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Re: IC 7000

Jim <w8lgz@...>
 

Hi Dennis,

After reading your post, the first thing that comes to mind is an antenna problem. You may have already checked but, if you haven't, check your VSWR and also check that the correct antenna is connected to the VHF/UHF output (Easy mistake, I've done it myself. Duh).

Good luck!
Jim, W8LGZ


Grounding Springs...

Mike <mghutchins@...>
 

I took the covers off of my IC7K (#0801001) today to check the grounding
springs.
Those on the bottom board were fine as were those on the top boards.

However, lying, loose & unconnected on the top, DDS, board, was what
looks like one of the spring 'fingers', though somewhat smaller - about
a half-inch long and one-sixteenth wide.
One of its ends has solder on it, but I have been unable to discover
where this 'finger' may have come from.

Rig still seems to work fine, so luckily nothing was shorted....could
have been a sad story in a mobile rig...

If anybody out there is familiar with the DDS board - or if anybody has
an IC7K opened up & in front of them, & can look & let me know where, if
its not a 'foreign body, this thing should be mounted, I'd be glad of
any info.

Thanks & 73 de Mike, zl1mh.
--


Re: [IC-7000] IC 7000

Charles Scott <cscott@...>
 

Dennis:

When you say "cutting out" on 2 Meters, do you mean RF or audio? If you're using FM, does the output power drop out or just the audio? Do you also have problems on HF? (It wasn't clear from your message.) When you say power is low, how low and measuring it how?

What you're describing could be anything from a microphone problem, to a DC power problem, to an antenna problem and just about anything in between. See if you can sort out a bit better as to which end of the radio has the problem.

Chuck - N8DNX

On 9/1/2012 12:25 PM, kc0aqe13 wrote:
I have a IC 7000 and HF and the 2 meter has a problem of cutting out on 2 meter and 2 meter side band not enough audio getting out to make sense of it. The receiving person said I break up too much to understand what I am saying. I rebooted and checked power out and it is low. Any suggestions?

Dennis/kc0aqe


Re: IC 7000

Steve W3AHL
 

How are you checking the TX power output -- external meter or internal? How low is low?

I suggest using a dummy load, a bench power supply at 13.8 VDC and checking the power on several HF, VHF and UHF bands in FM mode (to eliminate audio gain, mic issues).

Measure the the DC voltage across pins 3 & 4 (the two toward the left side of the radio as viewed from the front)of the TUNER connector on the rear panel. While transmitting at full power you should see about 13+ VDC there. If not, the fuse holders may have excessive voltage drop, in which case they should be replaced or removed (if always using a RigRunner or other fused power source). Or you may have a bad connection in the DC cable elsewhere.

If the DC supply voltage out of the radio is OK, then report back with what the TX power out is on various bands. If you don't have a dummy load, then test with another known good antenna & coax feed line on whatever bands you can.

Steve, W3AHL

--- In ic7000@yahoogroups.com, "kc0aqe13" <kc0aqe13@...> wrote:

I have a IC 7000 and HF and the 2 meter has a problem of cutting out on 2 meter and 2 meter side band not enough audio getting out to make sense of it. The receiving person said I break up too much to understand what I am saying. I rebooted and checked power out and it is low. Any suggestions?

Dennis/kc0aqe


IC 7000

kc0aqe13
 

I have a IC 7000 and HF and the 2 meter has a problem of cutting out on 2 meter and 2 meter side band not enough audio getting out to make sense of it. The receiving person said I break up too much to understand what I am saying. I rebooted and checked power out and it is low. Any suggestions?

Dennis/kc0aqe


Re: [IC-7000] Re: Tuner Control Socket not funtioning

Haider Modi <haider.modi@...>
 

ok..thanks anyway for your suggestion... will find some other forum.




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From: Perry - K4PWO <k4pwo@comcast.net>
To: ic7000@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Friday, 31 August 2012 11:53 PM
Subject: RE: [IC-7000] Re: Tuner Control Socket not funtioning


 
The IC-F7000 is a VERY different radio to the IC-7000. You may find a
better answer on a group that has experience with that model.
Other than the typical, "use an external power meter", I can't help. The
F7000 was designed as a HF land-mobile rig for marine and commercial use.
Hopefully someone here can provide more information but, as I stated, you
may need another forum.

73 de Perry - K4PWO

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Haider Modi
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To: ic7000@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [IC-7000] Re: Tuner Control Socket not funtioning

can anybody help,how can I check data Tx power in ICOM IC-F7000 HF Radio?

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Re: [IC-7000] Re: Tuner Control Socket not funtioning

Perry - K4PWO <k4pwo@...>
 

The IC-F7000 is a VERY different radio to the IC-7000. You may find a
better answer on a group that has experience with that model.
Other than the typical, "use an external power meter", I can't help. The
F7000 was designed as a HF land-mobile rig for marine and commercial use.
Hopefully someone here can provide more information but, as I stated, you
may need another forum.

73 de Perry - K4PWO

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Haider Modi
Sent: Friday, August 31, 2012 5:06 AM
To: ic7000@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [IC-7000] Re: Tuner Control Socket not funtioning

can anybody help,how can I check data Tx power in ICOM IC-F7000 HF Radio?






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Re: Revised: [IC-7000] Re: Tuner Control Socket LOW Poer

Charles Scott <cscott@...>
 

J M:

If what you're saying is correct, you need to check the voltage at the tuner socket with some load on the tuner connector power pin. Either watch it while the tuner is trying to run or use a resistor to put a bit of a load on it. In any case, I think Steve is right that you have some kind of connection issues between the 13V line and the tuner connector.

Chuck - N8DNX


Re: [IC-7000] Re: Tuner Control Socket not funtioning

Haider Modi <haider.modi@...>
 

can anybody help,how can I check data Tx power in ICOM IC-F7000 HF Radio?


Re: Revised: [IC-7000] Re: Tuner Control Socket LOW Power

DogLover2
 

Thank you so much!

I LOVE THIS GROUP!!!!! :-)

Jason
NV5DS

-----Original Message-----

From: Steve W3AHL
Sent: 31 Aug 2012 02:44:52 GMT
To: ic7000@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Revised: [IC-7000] Re: Tuner Control Socket LOW Power


So the next step is to get a service manual so you can see which pins on J951 on the DDS board are the 14 V bus. Then just trace the voltage forward to the J101 header that feeds the TUNER socket. It would help to have a little load on pins 3-4 of the TUNER socket so the voltage drop is more obvious. It shouldn't be too hard to find the problem and fix it if you are handy with a meter and soldering iron.

If ACC pin 8 has the correct voltage, then it has to be either the two SMT ferrite chokes EP1003 and EP1004 or a bad PCB trace. EP1003 and 1004 are between J951 and J1001 on the top of the board, so they are easy to check. The 14V traces are pretty fat, so they are probably OK. The ferrite would smoke before the traces.

If you have to remove the DDS board to see the bottom side, take ESD precautions so you don't zap something and have a bigger problem.

Steve, W3AHL
--- In ic7000@yahoogroups.com, J M <dog_lover_2@...> wrote:

Let me revise this a bit...

I took the voltage readings at the connector as well as on the dds board and all were the same. I took the reading from the ACC pin 8 with a solid 13.89v.

I have 2 auto-tuners. Both LDG. An AT-7000 and an AT-600Pro. Both work on my other 7k with 13.89v out of pin 3 on the tcs.

-----Original Message-----

From: Steve W3AHL
Sent: 31 Aug 2012 00:16:38 GMT
To: ic7000@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [IC-7000] Re: Tuner Control Socket not funtioning

You didn't mention where you took the voltage reading -- at the header on the DDS or at the TUNER socket on the rear panel?. Also, was it during RX idle? I would check the voltage at the input to the DC supply cable and then where it plugs into radio. If there is more than 100 millivolts drop across the supply cable in RX mode, the fuse holders are bad and need to be replaced. A better test is under TX at 100 watts power into a dummy load. There should be less than 400 millivolts drop.

But this is different than having NO POWER at the TUNER connector. Most autotuners will operate below 12 VDC, assuming its not power a screwdriver motor.

Steve, W3AHL

--- In ic7000@yahoogroups.com, J M <dog_lover_2@> wrote:

I checked them and there is only 12.98v going through. My other 7k has 13.98v

-----Original Message-----

From: Steve W3AHL
Sent: 30 Aug 2012 20:26:01 GMT
To: ic7000@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [IC-7000] Re: Tuner Control Socket not funtioning

Remove the top cover and check power on pins 3 & 4 of the connector on the DDS board that the TUNER socket harness plugs into. If there is power there, then the wiring harness to the socket is bad. If there is NOT power on the DDS header (J1001) and the radio transmits OK, then there are two SMT ferrite chokes that may be burned out due to a power short (or the PCB traces between the J951 stacking connector's 14V bus and the J1001 header may be fried or otherwise damaged). If the radio doesn't transmit when the PTT is pushed, check back for the next step....

Steve, W3AHL


--- In ic7000@yahoogroups.com, J M <dog_lover_2@> wrote:


What would cause there to be no power on the Tuner Control Socket?

Jason
NV5DS


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Revised: [IC-7000] Re: Tuner Control Socket LOW Power

Steve W3AHL
 

So the next step is to get a service manual so you can see which pins on J951 on the DDS board are the 14 V bus. Then just trace the voltage forward to the J101 header that feeds the TUNER socket. It would help to have a little load on pins 3-4 of the TUNER socket so the voltage drop is more obvious. It shouldn't be too hard to find the problem and fix it if you are handy with a meter and soldering iron.

If ACC pin 8 has the correct voltage, then it has to be either the two SMT ferrite chokes EP1003 and EP1004 or a bad PCB trace. EP1003 and 1004 are between J951 and J1001 on the top of the board, so they are easy to check. The 14V traces are pretty fat, so they are probably OK. The ferrite would smoke before the traces.

If you have to remove the DDS board to see the bottom side, take ESD precautions so you don't zap something and have a bigger problem.

Steve, W3AHL

--- In ic7000@yahoogroups.com, J M <dog_lover_2@...> wrote:

Let me revise this a bit...

I took the voltage readings at the connector as well as on the dds board and all were the same. I took the reading from the ACC pin 8 with a solid 13.89v.

I have 2 auto-tuners. Both LDG. An AT-7000 and an AT-600Pro. Both work on my other 7k with 13.89v out of pin 3 on the tcs.

-----Original Message-----

From: Steve W3AHL
Sent: 31 Aug 2012 00:16:38 GMT
To: ic7000@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [IC-7000] Re: Tuner Control Socket not funtioning

You didn't mention where you took the voltage reading -- at the header on the DDS or at the TUNER socket on the rear panel?. Also, was it during RX idle? I would check the voltage at the input to the DC supply cable and then where it plugs into radio. If there is more than 100 millivolts drop across the supply cable in RX mode, the fuse holders are bad and need to be replaced. A better test is under TX at 100 watts power into a dummy load. There should be less than 400 millivolts drop.

But this is different than having NO POWER at the TUNER connector. Most autotuners will operate below 12 VDC, assuming its not power a screwdriver motor.

Steve, W3AHL

--- In ic7000@yahoogroups.com, J M <dog_lover_2@> wrote:

I checked them and there is only 12.98v going through. My other 7k has 13.98v

-----Original Message-----

From: Steve W3AHL
Sent: 30 Aug 2012 20:26:01 GMT
To: ic7000@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [IC-7000] Re: Tuner Control Socket not funtioning

Remove the top cover and check power on pins 3 & 4 of the connector on the DDS board that the TUNER socket harness plugs into. If there is power there, then the wiring harness to the socket is bad. If there is NOT power on the DDS header (J1001) and the radio transmits OK, then there are two SMT ferrite chokes that may be burned out due to a power short (or the PCB traces between the J951 stacking connector's 14V bus and the J1001 header may be fried or otherwise damaged). If the radio doesn't transmit when the PTT is pushed, check back for the next step....

Steve, W3AHL


--- In ic7000@yahoogroups.com, J M <dog_lover_2@> wrote:


What would cause there to be no power on the Tuner Control Socket?

Jason
NV5DS


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Re: [IC-7000] Re: 40 Mtr Shut Down

Raymond M. Burns
 

Mfj has those boxes

Sent via DroidX2 on Verizon Wireless™

-----Original message-----
From: Skip <ebhudgens@comcast.net>
To: ic7000@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Thu, Aug 30, 2012 12:01:18 GMT+00:00
Subject: [IC-7000] Re: 40 Mtr Shut Down

Tarheel also has a small coil at the base. My 7K works fine with the Tarheel and the TurboTuner, but on 40M it still has a problem every once and a while - and yes it is grounded to the frame in addition to the neg feed line. Also have ferrite beads on all power lines and coax runs.

--- In ic7000@yahoogroups.com, D C *Mac* Macdonald <k2gkk@...> wrote:


21 feet would be "close" to an electrical 1/4 wavelength
on 14.2 MHz around 1/2 wave on 28.5 MHz. It would not
introduce a "lot" of mismatch on those bands. It might
be a very different story on 15m if the antenna were not
fairly close to a match.

One of the tricks "back in the day" was to add a relatively
"small" value of capacitance (silver mica cap) across the
feedpoint of the mobile antenna to ground to get a match.

Starting points were 1000 pFd for 80/75 meters, 470 or
510 pFd for 40 meters, and 220 or 270 pFd for 20 meters.

Basically, these capacitors formed an "L" network with a
part of the loading coil to match close to 50 Ohms.

Swan and some others made a small box to put at the
base of the antenna that had a switch for band selection.

High Sierra put a small coil (~10 turns or so) at the base
of its antennas to accomplish the matching. I don't know
about TarHeel or others.

* * * * * * * * * * *
* 73 - Mac, K2GKK/5 *
* k2gkk@... *
* (Since 30 Nov 53) *
* Oklaho

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Revised: [IC-7000] Re: Tuner Control Socket LOW Poer

DogLover2
 

Let me revise this a bit...

I took the voltage readings at the connector as well as on the dds board and all were the same. I took the reading from the ACC pin 8 with a solid 13.89v.

I have 2 auto-tuners. Both LDG. An AT-7000 and an AT-600Pro. Both work on my other 7k with 13.89v out of pin 3 on the tcs.

-----Original Message-----

From: Steve W3AHL
Sent: 31 Aug 2012 00:16:38 GMT
To: ic7000@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [IC-7000] Re: Tuner Control Socket not funtioning

You didn't mention where you took the voltage reading -- at the header on the DDS or at the TUNER socket on the rear panel?. Also, was it during RX idle? I would check the voltage at the input to the DC supply cable and then where it plugs into radio. If there is more than 100 millivolts drop across the supply cable in RX mode, the fuse holders are bad and need to be replaced. A better test is under TX at 100 watts power into a dummy load. There should be less than 400 millivolts drop.

But this is different than having NO POWER at the TUNER connector. Most autotuners will operate below 12 VDC, assuming its not power a screwdriver motor.

Steve, W3AHL

--- In ic7000@yahoogroups.com, J M <dog_lover_2@...> wrote:

I checked them and there is only 12.98v going through. My other 7k has 13.98v

-----Original Message-----

From: Steve W3AHL
Sent: 30 Aug 2012 20:26:01 GMT
To: ic7000@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [IC-7000] Re: Tuner Control Socket not funtioning

Remove the top cover and check power on pins 3 & 4 of the connector on the DDS board that the TUNER socket harness plugs into. If there is power there, then the wiring harness to the socket is bad. If there is NOT power on the DDS header (J1001) and the radio transmits OK, then there are two SMT ferrite chokes that may be burned out due to a power short (or the PCB traces between the J951 stacking connector's 14V bus and the J1001 header may be fried or otherwise damaged). If the radio doesn't transmit when the PTT is pushed, check back for the next step....

Steve, W3AHL


--- In ic7000@yahoogroups.com, J M <dog_lover_2@> wrote:


What would cause there to be no power on the Tuner Control Socket?

Jason
NV5DS


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