It’s inside the styrofoam block.
It’s inside a sealed can in the block
It’s (maybe) inside a can inside that one.
It’s a SMT part on a board in that can.
You set the frequency by pulling what they have there, measuring it and
putting in another cap. If they used a series like 0.47 pf, 0.56 pf, 0.68 pf
not have them on the shelf.
> On Sep 19, 2016, at 8:54 PM, Christopher Hoover <c...@murgatroid.com> wrote:
> Thanks, Corby. That was my guess.
> Is this cap buried in the styrofoam block? (Cue "we need to go deeper"
> 73 de AI6KG
> On Mon, Sep 19, 2016 at 10:18 AM, <cdel...@juno.com> wrote:
>> The only way is to open the oscillator up and reselect the capacitor they
>> used to set it on frequency.
>> I've done it once or twice long ago, not easy to do!
>> I have a 1200 with the same problem however it does tune to 1Hz low so I
>> use it as the offset oscillator for my DMTD unit!
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