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Alinco DR-510 mods




DR510.2

5.  Locate surface monnt device labeled R-35 on control board
(front of transceiver).
A.  R-35 is positioned between, and slightly below, the squelch and
high/low power button.  To the left of device R-35 is a "circle" trace.
inside the "circle" trace are two solder pads, one of which is already
soldered to R-35.

6.  Bridge the unsoldered pad to the soldered pad inside the "circle" trace.

7.  Short R-35
----------------------Top---------------------------------
LCD            (Vol)    (Seq)    [Power]

                       (ll)-  + [Hi/low]
                        ^  ^
                        l R-35
                        l
                        "circle" trace pads

----------------bottom------------------------------------

8.  Replace faceplate, retaining nut, retaining ring, tone board,
bottom and top of transceiver.

                     Operation
1.  Store different bands (2m or UHF) in VFO mode and Memory Channel 1-9.
Any thing you can store in memory 1-9, split, subtone enc,
subtone dec will work.
2.  Store "DUAL" mode in VFO (Simplex) also it will accept subtone enc
and subtone dec.
3.  Turn power off and then keep pressing the REV key, turn on the power
switch.
4.  Audio Vol. control is your deviation control in repeater mode.
5.  To return to normal operation turn off power then turn on again
without pressing any keys.

     Notes:

The transceiver scans back and forth between the VFO and Memory until
it finds a signal then it locks on and transmits what it hears on the
other band.  This scanning causes a slight delay when keying up as the
radio takes time to scan.  I recommend the use of subtones when
possible so that the radio will not key up on noise and not allow
non-authorized personal to use your radio, the transmissions of which
YOU are responsible.

                     Good Luck, es 73's  Rick N8KNJ
 


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