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Subject: Re: Superstar3900 roger bleep Sat Nov 23, 2019 5:02 pm
Hi Mick and thanks but im affraid no buttons on top or any saying RB-EC, I think its a slightly different rig and just reading page 13 of the manual it says with built in roger bleep, So i think its going to have to be disabled from inside, Reply appreciated mate thankyou.
Call Sign : 26-CT-3300 M7ICK Posts : 100 Times Thanked : 9 Join date : 2019-08-31 QTH or Location : Higham ferrers, Northamptonshire. UK Equipment Used : Icom 7300 Icom 7100, RT95, SS6900N V6. Sirio 827 Age : 57
Subject: Re: Superstar3900 roger bleep Sat Nov 23, 2019 5:47 pm
I see now, yours is the MK1 Export 11-meter, has it got the 40 uk board in it you usually access it on band E with the NB/ANL and TONE button in the up position. I use mine with a frequency counter to make it a lot easier to navigate as mine doesn't have a UK FM fitted. Nice radios though.
Subject: Re: Superstar3900 roger bleep Sat Nov 23, 2019 5:58 pm
Lol i think im with it now, No idea it was the Mk1 to be honest mick, I asked for the export mod to be done, It does cover the UK40 not that i use that part of the band so main operating will be 26.965 to 27.700 and maybe have a tat down on the lower frequencies, Yep i think its definatly and inside job.