Edward B Richards
zuu6k at juno.com
Sat Apr 22 12:25:08 EDT 2006
I doubt if bubble wrap will do it, as it is designed to "give" which you
don't want. Pieces of 2X4 lumber between the transformers and the cabinet
might do it. Better yet, remove the heavy iron and ship them separately.
73, Ed Richards K6UUZ
Simi Valley, Ca 93065
Home of the Air Force 1 pavilion
On Sat, 22 Apr 2006 11:03:26 -0500 Rick Brashear <rickbras at airmail.net>
> Absolutely Jim. Over the years I've received more than a couple of
> transmitters with the transformers either pulled completely loose or
> badly twisted, usually breaking some, if not all, of the tubes and
> whatever else it contacts. I'm not real sure how to go about
> the transformers, possibly removing all the tubes and tightly
> extra strong bubble wrap inside the cabinet where needed....?
> Thanks and 73,
> Jim Wilhite wrote:
> > If you do pack and ship Rick, be sure to provide horizontal
> > for the transformers. Even a short drop can tear the mounting
> > from them.
> > 73 Jim
> > W5JO
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