Edward Maikranz | 2 May 18:04 2014
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Separation Kit from Joe

 

I received my separation kit from Joe (Joe <floydjl-PkbjNfxxIARBDgjK7y7TUQ@public.gmane.org) a couple days ago and I will say it is very sweet, a great deal for what he is charging.

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Yaesu FT-100
BC785D
BC780XLT
PRO-2045
PRO-97, PRO-96
Yaesu FT60R
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railcon | 28 Apr 04:30 2014
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PTT switch

 

Now I'm really confused.  I just received my ptt micro switches for my FT-100 from Yaesu and they are not the same as what's in my mic.  My mic says MH-36b, same as the mic for my FT-8100 but I don't think they are interchangeable.

I guess what I'm trying to figure out is do I actually have the correct mic for the FT-100?  Yaesu says it is suppose to have the 3 wire switch but mine is only 2 wire....there is also 1 screw that holds the switch in place and it was loose, I tightened it and it seems to be working just fine again.

I now have 3 switches available for someone that may need them, Yaesu part number S8102323 for the 

MH-42B6JS.   I think they were about $2.50 each, it's been awhile since I ordered these.


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FT100 | 1 May 10:45 2014
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File - FT100 Group Guidelines.txt

 


The FT100 Group averages around 150-200 messages per month.
Because the volume of messages is rather large, I would
like to remind everyone of a few long-standing FT100
guidelines to follow. Most of you do so already.

Look at the home page for the FT100 Group for links to the
FAQ, Knowledge Base, and Manuals for the FT-100/D.

1. Civility. (This is practiced well by our members!)

2. Please sign your messages with name and call sign, e.g.,
Fred - W1XYZ.

3. When replying to a posting (message), kindly delete all
unnecessary text including the trailing text. Only leave the text
from the prior message to which you are replying ... <snip> the
rest. If one desires to read the entire thread, the command [Up
Thread] at the top of the message can be used to read the entire
discussion. Remember also that a lot of members have slow
connections and some even pay connect time or characters rx/tx. This
also helps the clarity of your message.

4. When replying to a post, please decide if your comment should be
to the entire group of over 3,000 or directly to the author of the
post. When you click on "Reply," it goes to everyone. To reply
direct (simplex), you should click on the email address following the
user ID line at the top of the post. Notice that only a part is
shown for privacy. Also, please think about if what you are about to
post in reply to the group really should be to the group ... replies
like "I sure do agree with that" doesn't add much to the group. Send
thoughts like those direct to the poster please.

5. It is fine for members to post something for sale or wanted to
buy ... once per item(s). All questions and offers to buy/sell
should be made directly to the poster, not to the Group. The member
posting the FS or WTB may post that the item(s) was/were
sold/purchased.

6. Posting of commercial items for sale by manufacturers or dealers
is also fine, but should be done on an infrequent basis. The FT100
members benefit by learning of hardware, software, sales, etc. before
it appears in magazines, etc.

7. New members are all moderated until their first posting. If it
follows the guidelines, it is approved and the member is change to
unmoderated status. This list is a partially moderated list, i.e.,
only first message is moderated while later messages are monitored
after posting. If an unmoderated posting is found by the moderators
to have a problem, then the poster is contacted directly to resolve.
Actions are taken against those that chronically violate the rules.
The reason for this form of moderation is to block spammers from the
list and it has been working.

8. Do not add disclaimers to your posts that (1) restrict the ability
of other members to use the information you post, (2) claim a copyright
to your post, or (3) to claim any type of "rights" as a consequence of
another member replying to you post either directly to you or to the group.

Thanks to all es 73,
Barry - W4WB
Moderator

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FT100 | 29 Apr 17:17 2014
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New file uploaded to FT100

 


Hello,

This email message is a notification to let you know that
a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the FT100
group.

File : /New PTT Switch S8102323.pdf
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Description : Photos of the new PTT switch fitted to a MH36 Microphone.

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gjames@texas.net | 28 Apr 19:10 2014
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Re: [FT100] PTT micro switches...

 

Hi Mike

Same here. Just sent picture to b.velarde-2Hvrj9Hfc1IAvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org . Waiting for a reply.

George, WB5LDN

George James, RN, BSN, MS
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Subject: [FT100] PTT micro switches...
Date: Mon, Apr 28, 2014 10:11

Well... I received my PTT micro switches from Yaesu in the mail today.
However... these DON'T look like the correct part.

When I had my MH-36B mic open... there micro switch is a right angle
piece (ie: solder connections are on the bottom of the part and the PTT
switch piece is on the side). Also... others in here have said there are
only 2 connections on the switch.

The pieces I just received in the mail from Yaesu.... are NOT right angle
pieces (ie: the pins are one one side and the PTT switch is on the other
side) AND there are 3 connections on this micro switch.

According to the invoice... it says these are switches for the MH-42B6JS
mic. So... I don't know if the MH-36B and the MH-42B micro switches are
different or not.

Has anyone else that ordered PTT micro switches from Yaesu received
them yet and if so... does it look like you also received the wrong part
from Yaesu???

Mike - N1EVH

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PTT micro switches...

 

Well... I received my PTT micro switches from Yaesu in the mail today.
However... these DON'T look like the correct part.
 
When I had my MH-36B mic open... there micro switch is a right angle
piece (ie: solder connections are on the bottom of the part and the PTT
switch piece is on the side).  Also... others in here have said there are
only 2 connections on the switch.
 
The pieces I just received in the mail from Yaesu.... are NOT right angle
pieces (ie:  the pins are one one side and the PTT switch is on the other
side) AND there are 3 connections on this micro switch.
 
According to the invoice... it says these are switches for the MH-42B6JS
mic. So... I don't know if the MH-36B and the MH-42B micro switches are
different or not.
 
Has anyone else that ordered PTT micro switches from Yaesu received
them yet and if so... does it look like you also received the wrong part
from Yaesu???
 
Mike - N1EVH
 
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g1ihl | 25 Apr 11:55 2014
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HF Output

 

        

Hello fellow ft100 users.. Name is Steve have been a member for a number of years now. and a avid reader of this group.

my v/u finals packed up about a year ago and only just got round to sort it out.

have received mrf1570 replacement a couple of days ago.

decided to take a few readings before I strip out old v/u Fet. check Hf output first. 

menu options set for 10 watts output and then 20 watts


160    8w

 80     9wan>

 40     9w

 30     9w

 20     9w

 17     120w

 15      120w

 12      9w

 10      10w


 160 & nbsp;    19w

 80        20w

 40        20w

 30         20w

 20        20w

 17        20w

 15        120w

 12        120w 

 10        20w       

when on 100% output it is 17/15m that shows 125watts.

this was all done into dummy load (fm for full output)

before I start repair v/u output I feel the need  to repair this problem first, or compound the problem and end up in a right mess.n>

I have checked "hidden menu" for any changes but that's all ok. and have already done a full reset... thought maybe a relay on filter board but can't see how that would make this happen..

cant seem to see anything in previous messages... maybe someone out there has had similar problems or even a thought or two..

by the way... I know e nough to be dangerous ha ha

Steve in raining Bristol uk G1IHL.. thanks in advance



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Nate Bargmann | 24 Apr 18:22 2014
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AT-200Pro tuner with Y-ACC cable?

 

I've recently installed my LDG AT-200Pro tuner in the truck with the
FT-100D as I no longer need it in the shack. The tuner came with the
Y-ACC cable which LDG says should work for the FT-100 to allow the use
of the "Tune" button on the tuner to start the rig on a tuning cycle. So
far, I have not had the Tune button work as advertised.

A short press toggles the tuner into and out of bypass mode. The medium
(> .5 seconds to 2.5 seconds) press seems not to do anything nor does
the long (> 2.5 seconds) press. The AT-200Pro manual is rather thin on
any details. Some searching revealed that menu # 61 should be OFF in
the FT-100D and I have verified that setting. I have also verified the
cable is oriented correctly and the pinout is correct.

I do run the tuner in "automatic" mode but since I already had the
cable, I was more interested in just seeing if it would work. Has
anyone else gotten this combination to work?

Spending a bit of time in the manuals leads me to think the FT-100D is
incompatible with this function of the AT-200 versus the FT-857. On the
'100 the ring connection is stated to be a keying output to provide the
TX keying for an amplifier while on the '857 the ring connection is
stated to be a "TX request" and when grounded will cause the '857 to
transmit a CW carrier as the AT-200Pro manual suggests.

Presumably, based on the above paragraph I should not connect this cable
to the tuner and instead just use the tuner in its automatic mode.

- Nate

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George | 23 Apr 17:41 2014
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FT100D and ysk100 FS

 

Hello
I have an FT100d For sale. The finals are dead in the V/U and known good on hf. I would however rate the final board as non functional. For parts only. RX works ok.
Buyer pays shipping or a Dayton Pickup.
Asking 280$.

Also have a ysk100 unit FS for 100$ no box and needs the tiny screws.

YSK will be sold AFTER the Rig only or a deal for 350 for both.

Thanks

George NE2I

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kc6iih | 23 Apr 07:36 2014
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Re: For Sale - FT-100D, FC-20 Tuner, and High Sierra 1500MK II Antenna

 

I have a friend that has one for sale. Contact Jerry <at> w6jrn <at> verizon.net.



Jock KC6IIH
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From: dab1130 <at> yahoo.com
Date:04/03/2014 6:16 AM (GMT-08:00)
To: FT100 <at> yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [FT100] For Sale - FT-100D, FC-20 Tuner, and High Sierra 1500MK II Antenna

 

Still have the ft-100 for sale an how much?

Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android


From: n1evh <at> verizon.net <n1evh <at> verizon.net>;
To: <FT100 <at> yahoogroups.com>;
Subject: Re: [FT100] For Sale - FT-100D, FC-20 Tuner, and High Sierra 1500MK II Antenna
Sent: Thu, Apr 3, 2014 12:48:15 PM

 

Well... you obviously are happy with the "blame Yahoo" response.
 
I guess if the person that posted the for sale message... you... and
others are happy with the "blame Yahoo" response... then I guess
that is all that matters.
 
All I can say is.... in the future... if I post a for sale message and then
after I send it... I wish I had a different subject and/or had the text of
the message written a different way... I hope Yahoo will be smart enough
to know EXACTLY how I wanted the subject and/or text of the message
to be and make changes on its own and then generate another copy of
he message for me.
 
Mike - N1EVH
 
 
-------Original Message-------
 
From: Tony Mac
Date: 04/02/14 23:51:21
Subject: Re: [FT100] For Sale - FT-100D, FC-20 Tuner, and High Sierra 1500MK II Antenna
 
give it a break !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Well... if you only posted the message once... then I guess Yahoo
was smart enough to know how to CHANGE the subject to add
something that WASN'T in the first message received.
 
Mike - N1EVH
 
 
-------Original Message-------
 
Date: 04/02/14 21:51:08
Subject: Re: [FT100] For Sale - FT-100D, FC-20 Tuner, and High Sierra 1500MK II Antenna
 

Joe,

Wow...     One would think that a crime has been committed here.

I posted ONE time and ONE time ONLY.... yet is appears that some are personally offended by a posting popping up repeatedly.   It happens on Yahoo!!! 
I have seen a message wind up being posted 10, 20, 50 and even 100 plus times in other yahoo groups.

Post one time and your post shows up multiple times and the world is now in an uproar.

If some are personally offended by it... be offend... the world is not perfect!! 
As forest Gump said....  "IT" Happens!!



Gerald - N5ZXJ
 



 

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kc6iih | 23 Apr 07:32 2014
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RE: AM filter substitute

 

Infarad.com  Has the am filter for the ft100.


Jock KC6IIH
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Subject: [FT100] AM filter substitute

 

Has anyone fitted any simple LC components as a substitute for a proper AM filter. I'm thinking I'd like to do this as the chances of getting a filter are probably remote. OK could get one from Inrad but I don't want to spend much at all. I'm not really bothered about the bandwidth just aiming to get some thing better/wider than 2.4.

Bob G4KSG

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