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Date: Mon, 24 Feb 1997 18:31:30 -0500 (EST)
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>Date: Mon, 24 Feb 1997 17:51:42 -0500
>From: Greg Becker <>
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>To: Stafford <>
>Subject: Re: [AMPS] Alpha Bandswitch
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>Stafford wrote:
>> I've been having trouble with the bandswitch on my Alpha 76A.  I keep
>> burning out the 28mhz contacts, rewiring by shifting the leads over by
>> one (the switch has extra contacts), running fine for a while, and
>> then having the same thing happen.  Well, of course I'm out of spare
>> contacts now and it's time to pay the piper.
>> Two things:  where can I find a (cheap?) replacement banswitch - directly
>> from Alpha or is there any other source?
>Hmmmm... I owned a 76CA (3 hole, Hypersil) for several years, then sold
>it to a local buddy who contests with it regularly. Never heard of the
>bandswitches burning out. Maybe there's another problem that needs to be
>addressed that is CAUSING the bandswitch to fry?  Better than
>continually replacing "fuseable link" switches...
>However, that's only MY opinion. I could be wrong...   73,
>Greg Becker   NA2N
>FFII/EMT, Safety Officer, Milan Vol FD / Rescue Squad
>Ideas For American Manufacturers / Rock Temple Entertainment
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