What will cause this, and how do I fix it, so I can check 12m.
This only happens on my 6700, (my 6500 works perfectly).
Try opening a slice on 12m. If it jumps to 50mhz, hand enter in the frequency that is inside the 12 meter portion of the band and see if it actually takes you there. It should. From that point forward, try not to accidentally move your slice out of the 12m band or it may jump back to 50 mhz.
Just tried 12m on my 6300, I never use 12m or rarely.
It don't jump to 6m on me but does other things weird..... at first I scrolled down to about 24.710 and 24.711 was fine but at 24.710 totally lost rec audio...... retesting and the drop out freq changes...sometimes at 24.728 , never same, I also noticed when I went thru and above 12m audio would change and gain visually changes too.
Yea as much as I love my flex on going problems like this and still no squelch really gets me.
So many easy changes, like putting memory in menu, why do we still have to click settings and then memory...... voltage on screen, temp on screen....... super easy changes, I just don't get it, I gotta be missing something..... Some One Enlighten me!
When. It comes to changing software NOTHING IS EASY
Even the allegedly EASY changes often break other things
So it takes a lot of time and energy to make changes and even more time and energy to rest the changes, find what you broke. and fix the things you broke as a result of the changes. Of course, when you fix the things you broke, you probably broke something else in the fixing.
And double click on it. It will take you back quickly to the location of your slice.
Nonetheless, I have a similar thing happening on my 6700.
Follow these steps Tim:
1. Have 1 slice open in 20m
2. Open a second slice. It will probably open in 20m as well.
3. Then select 2m as the band on this second slice.
4. The first slice reminds in the 20m frequency but the panadapter has moved to 144.