Peter Markavage manualman at juno.com
Sat May 27 15:02:50 EDT 2006

I had two Johnsons in decent shape but figuring the cost of receive and
transmit crystals (you never always have the "right pair"), no tunable
receive, I opted to sell them, and picked up a beautiful Lafayette HA-410
with tunable receive, VFO or crystal operation, 2E26 in the final, and a
spot switch that allows you to zero in (i.e. a tunable BFO) and even work
SSB stations. It's even plate modulated.

Pete, wa2cwa

On Sat, 27 May 2006 11:48:02 -0500 k0ng at inebraska.com writes:
> Hello Bob: Congrats on NIB Whiteface. There are still a lot of them 
> around
> but not many NIB. I own 3 of them, one looks like it needs some TLC, 
> one I
> converted to 10 Meters easily, just new crystals and 20 minutes 
> tune-up.
> As I recall, I put 29.000 and 29.100 in that one. (I scan 29.000 to 
> 29.150
> in 10 KHz steps). I think I doubled the power by shorting out the 
> final screen
> resistor but would have to look at it again. (I did not get 10 Watts 
> out).
> One Whiteface I converted to cover 160 Meters. This is a bit more 
> difficult
> ( new final coil and tune cap, new RF Chokes etc + crystals ) works 
> well
> for local net type use. They are a fun radio to work on or to get 
> your first
> conversion going.
> Have fun. 73, Charlie, K0NG  ..

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