Re: {Collins} Collins Digest, Vol 97, Issue 6



I bought mine at Lowes.  They have black moulded knobs and work fine.

Ken
KE7YD


> On Oct 6, 2016, at 10:58 PM, SR-71 via Collins <collins@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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> Anyone have an extra set of knurled or winged side bolts to attach a PM-2 to a KWM-2/A?  Or know where I might be able to order something similar? Butch, KF4HR
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> Today's Topics:
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>   1. 1st wed AM net (ROGER STEPHENS)
>   2. 20V-2 free for pickup (Rolfe Tessem)
>   3. Add to list (PAUL ALBANESE)
>   4. Help w/KWM2 RE (Rush Williams)
>   5. 30L-1 For Sale (Robert Read)
>   6. Re: Help w/KWM2 RE (Steve Berman)
>   7. Re: Help w/KWM2 RE (Gary J FollettDukes HiFi)
> Tonight at 7 pm local time on or about 3880 W0YVA and K5VRX will host the
> east coast session of our funfest.  At 7 pm central W0HRO and W0NKL and a
> few helpers will begin the central time zone gathering and it may last for
> up to two hours.  If you can't transmit, you might just find a little time
> to give a listen to the grand old mode......  73,  roger
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> Hello all,
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> I thought I had this fine transmitter sold a couple of times, but transport has proven to be an issue in each case. 
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> The lease on my storage unit is running out and at this point, I just need to move the transmitter. Accordingly, it is FREE for pickup in southwestern Massachusetts. It was fully functional on 1540 the last time I fired it up and it has been well stored since. Transmitter is complete and in very good condition. A truck can be backed up right to the storage unit that the 20V-2 is stored in.
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> I would hate to see this go to the dump, so somebody please take it off my hands…
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> Photos are available.
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> Thanks,
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> Rolfe W1VC
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> Rolfe Tessem
> Lucky Duck Productions, Inc.
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> Please add me to list   Paul Albanese   N6BZY lakepaul@xxxxxxx
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> I'm back. I cleaned the band and emission switchs with Deoxit, and success (partially), the antenna relay k-3 closes on all bands. However, on band switch positions 1C, 2C and 3C (14.2, 14.2 and 14.8mhz) there is no output. There is no grid drive and, naturally, no plate current. On all other bands there is 80 to 95 watts out into a Waters wattmeter. What is common to the 20 meter band that is not in the other bands?RushWB6LXG  RJ WilliamsFideli Certa MercesFor the faithful there is just reward
> One more item in the collection has to go, not enough room.
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> This WE 30l-1 is in pristine condition and I will include a spare set of NOS American made finals in addition to a reprint of the manual.  $700.00 shipped to the USA.
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> Thanks for looking
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> 73
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> Boc
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> Rush,
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> Possibly your 14MHz ceramic trimmer caps are dirty.  If you have an r-f VTVM or 'scope I would also check to see if you have the proper crystal oscillator injection voltage in the 14MHz bandswitch ranges.
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> Not knowing your test equipment or your experience levels troubleshooting vacuum tube equipment,  I can't really go further.
> 
> Regards,
> Steve, N6HK
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> On October 5, 2016, at 16:05, Rush Williams <rjwilliams1@xxxxxxx> wrote:
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> I'm back. I cleaned the band and emission switchs with Deoxit, and success (partially), the antenna relay k-3 closes on all bands. However, on band switch positions 1C, 2C and 3C (14.2, 14.2 and 14.8mhz) there is no output. There is no grid drive and, naturally, no plate current. On all other bands there is 80 to 95 watts out into a Waters wattmeter. What is common to the 20 meter band that is not in the other bands?RushWB6LXG  RJ WilliamsFideli Certa MercesFor the faithful there is just reward
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> The one thing that the 20 meter positions share is the tuned circuit that is used in each stage of the band. The crystals change, the tuned circuits do not. Thus, looking closely at the tuned circuits, more specifically the trimmer capacitors for 20 meters, would be in order.
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> Gary
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>> On Oct 5, 2016, at 10:06 PM, Steve Berman <n6hk@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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>> Rush,
>> 
>> Possibly your 14MHz ceramic trimmer caps are dirty.  If you have an r-f VTVM or 'scope I would also check to see if you have the proper crystal oscillator injection voltage in the 14MHz bandswitch ranges.
>> 
>> Not knowing your test equipment or your experience levels troubleshooting vacuum tube equipment,  I can't really go further.
>> 
>> Regards,
>> Steve, N6HK
>> 
>> 
>> On October 5, 2016, at 16:05, Rush Williams <rjwilliams1@xxxxxxx> wrote:
>> 
>> I'm back. I cleaned the band and emission switchs with Deoxit, and success (partially), the antenna relay k-3 closes on all bands. However, on band switch positions 1C, 2C and 3C (14.2, 14.2 and 14.8mhz) there is no output. There is no grid drive and, naturally, no plate current. On all other bands there is 80 to 95 watts out into a Waters wattmeter. What is common to the 20 meter band that is not in the other bands?RushWB6LXG  RJ WilliamsFideli Certa MercesFor the faithful there is just reward
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