No transmit

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I am able to transmit a running signal of what ever power it is set at but not able to transmit using the Mike key. I tried a second Mike with the same results. Am using 2.6.1 soft ware. Reloaded version 1 same thing Then reloaded 2.6.1. Same results. This is true for all bands.
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Joel Swapp KO6FL

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Mauro HB9FBG

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Quale radio Flex usi?
Ho un nuovo 6400 e dalla versione 318 mi hanno fatto passare alla versione 249 ma con i miei profili ho dei buchi nella trasmissione. Con 318 l'ho avuto anche in cw!
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Joel, could you give us some more info. Are you using a Maestro? Using a 6500? Mic connected directly to the 6500?
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Bob Craig, K8RC

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If you're using the 8-pin Foster connector, there are differences in how the pins are wired. The Flex uses the same wiring as Yaesu, I believe.
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Mark - W3II

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Did you make sure you are in legal TX band, the TX inhibit is not set, and you do not have DAX selected as input.
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Rich McCabe

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Also try putting in AM and hitting the MOX button. Leave the mic out for now.
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Has it ever worked?  Could be a problem in the flex socket wiring or P-T-T circuit.
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Joel Swapp KO6FL

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I appreciate all of the comments. Have used two different Mike's and checked the transmit inhibit control without a solution. Spoke with service in Austin this morning and Wil' take radio in to them Tuesday morning.

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