|[AMRadio] More G-50|
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KB2WIG at twcny.rr.com
Tue Aug 15 23:57:13 EDT 2006
I like the bubble wrap stuff... then some rigid insulation ... then a
box with a "from" "to" addresses on the outside of the box and wraped
with clear packing tape . This box gets nested inside another box with
a thick layer of heavy cardboard or more insulation.. ----fer
boatanchors.. Usally there is room inside of the unit -- pull the
tubes, wrap them up in old blankies/towles/rags etc , bag them (or box
them) and stuff them in the radio like a turkey.You dont want to give
anything a chance to move around.. Big iron should get detached so it
doesn't end up doing the Newton thing and flying around inside the
what have yew...... Packing with wooden crates work well also... klc
----- Original Message -----
From: John Wright <n1fcu at yahoo.com>
Date: Tuesday, August 15, 2006 10:29 pm
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] More G-50
To: Discussion of AM Radio <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
> never, never use peanuts on radio packaging!.
> newspaper and bubble wrap. foam is good too.
> when a box is dammaged the peanuts fall out and there
> goes your padding. the rest is down hill from there.
> and newspaper absorbs water so I use that often.
> --- Rick Brashear <rickbras at airmail.net> wrote:
> > I just got this little transceiver today (of course,
> > it was in excellent
> > shape, so said the description) and UPS did a number
> > on it. So, I am
> > now in need of a meter (it works but the inner case
> > is busted) a
> > "Transmit/Receive" knob or metal insert for the knob
> > and a meter switch
> > knob, it was totally smashed. Man, these guys at
> > UPS must have played
> > soccer with this thing. It was double boxed and had
> > lots of peanuts
> > between the boxes plus bubble wrap and they still
> > managed to bust it
> > up! They are really good at what they do! ;-)
> > Oh, and all it does is BUZZ! Volume down... makes
> > no difference.. so I
> > have yet another fix it project before I can play 6
> > meter AM on a real
> > tube radio.
> > Thanks for any help with the parts...
> > Rick
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