The answer is TRUE.
All failures of ham radios are caused, ultimately, by heat.
-vibration, which causes some component to break which cause other
components in the circuit to over-heat and fail.
-component defect, or component just not installed causes surrounding
components to over-heat and fail.
-operator mistakes which over-heat mis-adjusted circuits.
-UPS-caused failures remain a mystery but customer anger is large source of
Thanks to all who answered or just laughed. But, don't make me ask "what
makes a tube soft?"
73, signed in spirit of fun,
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