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Steveradio

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The UHF LTR System our company operates is down again.. No connection signal since 10p last night, weather in my area may have play but it always seems this time year something happens. About two months ago the carrier we use got struck by lighting so we were down for some time until realized the problem was getting worse. Now I'm going on since 730am and no answer as too why we have no Trunk System. Glad we have a back up repeater to use other wise we be down..

Curious as to your thoughts whats going on.. Last time the repeater its self had be replaced Listening to our frequency still hear no burst from the site and dont have another scanner in order monitor the other frequencies.

Feeling maybe the heat kicked on and tripped the breaker or with the wet weather something short out.

We pay for services per unit and if the system is down hopefully we are not getting billed.. Been calling every few hours for status, the tech was heading up to the site last report got.
 

Steveradio

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Well Radio Shop called back yesterday late said it was the transformer for the LTR Switch system the way he said it makes all the frequencies rotate. Guess the whole network was down, sure alot of unhappy customers...
 
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