Kenwood TM 261A "missing" memory channels

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Alain

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Hello Everyone,

I have inadvertently "lost" a memory programming channel. The rig goes from "33-34-??-36-37, etc".

Try as I might, I can't seem to find a way to "find" my lost channel #35. I've also got a 5 channel "hole" between # 50 and # 56.

Nothing in the manual that I can find relates to reinstating missing channels.

Don't really want to reset and reprogram all 60 channels over again.

Any help would be most gratefully received!

Many thanks for taking the time to respond!

Alain...N6HPO
 

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Found "it"!

"Don't really want to reset and reprogram all 60 channels over again."

N-e-v-e-r mind, I've found the "missing" channels.

Thanks for the space...

Alain
 

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Otis,

It's just as I posted. In "memory mode" there were missing memory channels. I discovered that I had to program the freq in VFO THEN transfer that freq to the memory channel. This was accomplished my just turning the tuning knob to the correct channel.

Problem solved!
 
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