barry_sherwood at yahoo.com
Wed Nov 15 03:07:30 EST 2006
I cannot help you with the missing pieces but your
post brought back memories of one of my favorite rigs.
Mine was the T599A with the silver face. It was a fair
AM radio, low power, but sounded very good audio wise.
The matching R599A was a good performer for me also.
Lost it in a house fire in 1993. Someday I'll run
across another one.
--- Rick Brashear <rickbras at airmail.net> wrote:
> It's not much of an AM transmitter, but I happened
> on to an old Kenwood
> T-599D transmitter in my shed I had completely
> forgotten I have. It's
> in need of some attention, but it does light up what
> few tubes it has
> and the voltages are right in the areas I have
> checked. It seems the
> previous owner tried to work on it and left quite a
> little mess. The
> meter is totaled. It has missing pieces, so it's
> not even remotely
> possible to repair or have repaired. If anyone
> happens to have an old
> parts T-599 rig I would sure like to talk to you
> about the meter and
> maybe a few other items. I'm not going to waste
> much time on this
> thing, but it would be kind of cool to have for a
> vintage SSB transmitter.
> Thanks for any help or guidance.
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