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Old 11-07-2018, 8:39 PM
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Question VXR-7000 can't change Tx Inh

We purchased a used VXR-7000U repeater and it works great but two channels were programmed with "Tx Inh" in the transmit frequency slot. I assume that this means transmit inhibit. All of the other channels program normally and only one channel was active in the original programming.

I have a programming manual and have been understanding the settings pretty well. However, whenever I program a transmit frequency into these two slots, it reverts back to Tx Inh if I go to a different menu or save the file out.

I am running in dealer mode with the "-d" program switch.

Anyone know how to unblock transmit on a memory slot? I'm thinking that it's a setting elsewhere?
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Old 11-10-2018, 8:47 AM
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Smile Fixed now - was a corrupted codeplug

I solved it. The codeplug was corrupted. I got fed up and used a hex editor. Once I figured out roughly where the memory slots were located in the file, I manually cleaned up channel 2 and 3 with the hex editor. It works like a charm now.
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