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Date: Mon, 20 Aug 2007 19:02:30 -0700
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Atta boy scrawny Rawney!Now yer cookin with gas!
FS:Henry 2K parts removed from working deck: Complete tank circuit includes
primary tank,secondary tank (Pi -L) bandswitch with positions 10-80
meters/seperate position for 75 meters,plate tune air variable,antenna
loading air variable,coupling caps,plate choke and parasitic
supressors,everything needed for building a pair of 3-400z or
3-500z,etc..125.00 shipped lower 48. Pair of used tested Eimac 3-400z
tubes,very clean no film or burn marks 175.00 shipped. Pair of sk-410 clean
sockets used 50.00 shipped. Pair of new sk-406 chimneys,very nice 55.00
shipped. Misc parts as removed from early 2k please inquire off
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Subject: [Amps] (no subject)

> Hi Lou, I just missed you on IM this evening. I spent some time on the
Drake L4B. I removed the OEM power rocker switch and sold it on QTH  almost
immediately  for $65 shipped. I replaced it with a switch I had and
completely rewired the unit with the new 110VAC plug and fuse  bringing that
voltage into the rig.  Fortunately, the RF deck components are dual voltage
so I was able to make the changeover without too much trouble.  Works FB. On
power up, all the components come on in the deck including the fan, neons,
and the filament/ accessory voltages. Simultaneously,  I send 110VAC down on
a interconnecting  power line that activates the remote 115VAC  step start
power supply controls. The remote power supply has its own 220VAC plug.
After rewiring the bias, it shouldn't take too long to see if it was
worthwhile. Ron
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