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Motorola R2002D/HS problem

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Motorola R2002D/HS problem

Postby RJF19 » Thu Mar 16, 2017 11:22 am

Have a R2002D/HS that is functional except for one issue: the frequency error display constantly wanders up and down across the actually input frequency. I've swapped out both high and low power supplies thinking it might be ripple but to no avail. Swapped OCXO as well. Unit is in fair condition and all functions work. Ideas?
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