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TGXL 1X3 will occasionally go into a multi color display test cycle, sometimes goes blank

Ever since the most recent firmware upgrade, on a somewhat infrequent basis (perhaps a couple times a week of daily use), the physical display screen on the front panel will just suddenly go into a rotating full screen solid color, perhaps every 3-5 seconds, White-Green-Blue-Red-Blank sequence. The TGXL continues to operate normally, and the PC Utility, is not affected, and it continues to work normally. A power reset of the TGXL via the rear switch returns the unit to normal...until the next episode. I was admittedly ignoring this anomoly, as it was infrequent, until a fellow TGXL user candidly asked me if I was experiencing the same behaviour, so now I l know Im not the only one. I might also add that it will just suddenly happen, randomly, and not the result of any freq change, button push, or Transmission. I did not create a help desk ticket, although somebody probably will, as I have no intention of sending the unit off shore for a repair. Just thought I would throw it out there in case 4O3A gets other complaints or can reproduce it on their bench. Almost certain its a firmware issue. -NJ2US


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