I have an Omni 6 and an Omni 6+ and the manuals seem to be pretty detailed
to me. Most of the manual is devoted to descriptions of componets and
What is it that I am missing here? I would think that with the information
supplied that any person with an electronics back ground could service them.
I would like to sell one of them.
The 6 has a 500 cycle filter in the 9 MC slot and option 1 installed. The 6+
has a 1.8 MC and 500 cycle filter in the 9 MC slots.
I want $1000 shipped to 48 states for the 6 or $1300 shipped to 48 states
for the 6+
Both are in very good condition. Being an amature amature radio operator I
cant see any difference in their performance other than the extra filter in
The 6 + had a power problem when I bought it and is recently back from
Ten-tec where it had some pin diodes replaced and an alignment.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bwana Bob" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Discussion of Ten-Tec Equipment" <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, December 29, 2007 8:27 AM
Subject: Re: [TenTec] OMNI6 PLUS Alignment procedure needed
> It does take many hours to write and produce a service manual, but TT
> could sell them separately for those who want them. When I bought my
> Icom R-71A, I bought the service manual too, and I'm very glad that I
> I had no idea that Ten-Tec was no longer supplying servicing
> information. My Corsair, Paragon, and Scout all came with detailed
> manuals. This is what set Ten-Tec apart from the imports. Traditionally,
> Ten Tec encouraged owners to service their equipment, even making spare
> boards available. Not so with the imports. It will be a sad day when Ten
> Tec products can only be serviced at the factory.
> Bob WB2VUF
> OTAKEBI@aol.com wrote:
>> I have been trying to get this type of information for my OMNI V for
>> with no luck.
>> Ten Tec simply will not give it out.
>> This is kind of like what the Thorens turntable company did long ago.
>> It was fine until the company was sold and the company included the
>> in the non distribution of repair information.
>> Some of us kept copies of all the old technical information and shared
>> information with others.
>> Eventually the company that bought Thorens went under and it is a good
>> we did what we did.
>> Every bit of technical information that we did not save went under with
>> One day if that happens to Ten Tec and they are no longer around to
>> we will be in trouble.
>> I have long advocated that we get together and share with each other any
>> technical information we can get are hands on.
>> I was told by the top man at Ten Tec that the decision not to make
>> manuals, after the Paragon, was a business decision to save the cost of
>> service manuals.
>> That may have been a good thing for Ten Tec but not for owners.
>> I would like to know what the rest of you think about this problem.
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