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Donald P. Butler wrote:
> I cooked a couple fingers on the rotary wafer switch in one of my
> SB220s last weekend during the contest.
> Does anyone know of a possible source for a replacement? ..or
> suggestions for repairing the bad switch?

Don, you might want to give Bill at Omega Electronics in NC a call at
919-266-7373. He worked on my SB-221, does excellent Amp repair work,
may be able to help you or point you in a good direction.

Dan, W4EA

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