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Antenna 1, Antenna 2 selection

With an antenna connected to Ant 1 input and Ant 1, Ant 1 selected in the software No Rec, Tx tunes, with Ant 1, Ant 2 selected radio Receives ok, Tx will not tune. I would assume if Ant 1, and Ant 1 selected radio would be using Ant 1 for Receive and TX but apparently not. This is a used radio, new to me with no history. Now running v3.2.31 but same results with v2.6.2.
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  • John KB4DU
    John KB4DU Member ✭✭✭
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    Some more details would help. Which radio? How many panadapters and slices? By tunes, is that using the tune button? Does the software indicate power output?

    If ant 1 connected and ant1 selected, the radio should tx and rx on ant1 if properly configured. Sounds like the basic hardware is functioning if it will tx and rx. Maybe try a complete reset. This cures most of the glitches in my 6400.

  • w6gj
    w6gj Member
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    Thank you will try the reset on the Flex 6700
  • John KB4DU
    John KB4DU Member ✭✭✭
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    There are two reference manuals, the software manual and the 6000 series hardware manual. The manuals are pretty well written, better than most ham manuals.

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  • w6gj
    w6gj Member
    I have no documentation on this equipment. I have read that I should refer to the documentation on this radio. Have not found any documentation/manual on how to use this radio/software combination on the Flex website.
    Thanks will try the reset.
    W6gj
  • Neil D Friedman N3DF
    Neil D Friedman N3DF Dayton, OHMember ✭✭✭

    There’s tons of useful documentation on the Flexradio website. Look under “support, “ then “documentation.”

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