How do you set it back to normal?

Joe M.

Richard Arnold wrote:
> 
> 
> There is an RSS software solution ("bitbang") to get rid of the alarms.
> Connect the RIB to the operating MSF.
>  From the main menu hit ALT-F5. A command line bar will appear telling 
> you to enter an IPCB command. Enter the following: (WITHOUT the " " quotes)
> 
>               "/1e1607160800FF"
> 
> it is CASE sensitive. This sets the FWD/REV settings to zero and FF 
> (infinity)
> I've done it many times, and it works just fine!
> 
> 
> --- On *Sun, 8/29/10, jimmylpowell /<jpow...@b2xonline.com>/* wrote:
> 
> 
>     From: jimmylpowell <jpow...@b2xonline.com>
>     Subject: [Repeater-Builder] Msf5000 Low Power alarms
>     To: Repeater-Builder@yahoogroups.com
>     Date: Sunday, August 29, 2010, 12:36 PM
> 
>      
> 
>     I originally posted this on the MSF5000 board but got no response. I
>     thought I would broaden my search.
> 
>     Does anyone know a way to get a non trunking MSF with out an internal
>     power
>     sensor to stop giving the 7 beeps? I have tried going back to a default
>     codeplug
>     and starting from scratch. This did not work. It seems that once the bit
>     is
>     set it won't go away. I'm sure that it happened when someone went into
>     the
>     screen to adjust the alarms. I know this is a common problem and they
>     tell you
>     not to do it.
> 
>     I have the alarms disabled over the air, but it annoys me on the local
>     audio. I
>     would like to enable the over the air alarms, but I can't until I can
>     clear this
>     one.
> 
>     My MSF has version 4.07 SSCB and 5.04 TTRC.
> 
>     Maybe there's some bit banging that can be done.
> 
>     Jimmy, K5JCT
> 
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