No transmit on DIGU or DIGL

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No matter how I key the 6300 in these modes, I cannot get any power out. The LED on my rig goes red and the TX relay clicks, but both my ATU and SSDR shows no power getting out. Hav I missed a setting or do I have a problem? Everything seems to be set according to the manual.

Thanks.
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Mike Hoing

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Is the rig switching into transmt mode just no output or is it not switching?

Some times closing Dax and cat all the way and restarting them will solve this issue

Make sure the Dax button is blue on the side panels

One the Dax control panel make sure you have both red and blue bot tuns lit up for the slice you want

Mike
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Hi Mike,

Mni, mni tnx. Your tip of closing of CAT and DAX and restarting did the trick.
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Guy
Sounds similar to my problem
Check these items
In the slice Flag on the screen Click on Dax and make sure a channel is selected
On the left side of the screen Select the DAX choice and make sure a DAX1Q Channel is selected
Then on the other side of the screen select the P/CW choice and make sure the DAX button is blue
To get sound you need ALL the DAX buttons to be employed (Blue)
Then make sure the DAX Control Panel is open. (in the sys tray at bottom right of the screen. Click the DAX  icon
At this point you should see activity in which ever DAX channel you activated.
I suggest always activating the same DAX Channel number for both receive and transmit but you don't have to.

one more item to check
Windows Control Panel>Sound
you should have 8 entries for each of the DAX items
8 Dax Reserved Audio
8 Dax Reserved IQ RX
8 Dax Audio TX

Hope that helps
I would check all these items AFTER a clean reboot.
make sure no other programs such as voice announcements for mail arrival etc.

hope you have success
Bill
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This has happened to me as well. Restarting DAX corrects the problem. I'm not sure if Flex has noted this as a bug but I seem to remember a string a few days ago.

Jon

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I also recall seeing something about this too. Don't know if it is the same issue. I'm *very* new to FlexRadio, and sometimes it is difficult to know if something is a bug or user error <g>.
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Stopping DAX and Restarting it for me has not worked.
It only seems to effect transmit
I can received fine
This is the second time I've had this problem
Once about a month ago, and it just started on it's own.
And that was before I learned about shutting down the DAX and restarting it.

Obviously none of my digital programs are working.
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This seems to be happening more often here - about 3-4 times today. Luckily, closing and restarting DAX has always fixed the issue...until the next time.
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I found that too early on in my use. As I learned my radio I doesn't happen as much. It could be an order or sequence thing as we search for the solution it errors something out

Mike
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