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Re: [TowerTalk] U S Tower Documentation

To: Bernard <>, towerTalk <>
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] U S Tower Documentation
From: Wayne Kline <>
Date: Sat, 16 Aug 2008 00:11:24 -0400
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I have installed a number of US towers both MA and TM series. There 
Documentation leaves much to be desired. One install the shipper had damaged 
the crate and upon inspection the limit switch wires were  totally riped from 
the tower at the limit switches and the top limit trip arm was broken. Getting 
the replacement parts was no problem. But trying to get them to divulge the 
color code and to answer a simple question " the  top limit switch in the 
nested position, is it  NC or NO ?"   was like pulling chicken teeth. I never 
did get a answer, and I rung the control box/limit switch wiring on the owners 
dime :(   UMMV
Wayne W3EA.  

> From:> To:> Date: Thu, 14 Aug 
> 2008 20:21:21 -0500> Subject: [TowerTalk] U S Tower Documentation> > I am in 
> the process of installing a U. S. Tower motorized MA-850 with the rotor base. 
> I am wondering what others who ordered motorized U. S. Towers received for 
> documentation. I did not receive an information package when the tower 
> arrived so I have called U. S. Tower, several times, asking for various 
> documentation, Each time, they seemed very helpful, but the documentation 
> that I subsequently received was very skimpy. I expected a more complete 
> documentation package on the tower and some sort of instruction manual 
> describing the assembly and operation of the motor unit and remote control> > 
> What have the rest of you received?> > 73s> > Bernard, WA4OEJ> > > > E-mail 
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