|[AMRadio] Knight 50 CW transmitter for sale|
crawfish at surfmore.net
Fri Aug 15 19:56:44 EDT 2008
I forwarded the message to AM Swap.
John Lawson writes:
> (copied to boatanchors)
> Recently I got in a few Boatanchor Items - among them is this cute little
> Knight (Allied Radio) 50 Watt CW transmitter - 80-40-20-15-10 - single 807
> It is in pretty good cosmetic shape, copper chassis and case, a few very
> minor dings - panel is good, some screws missing here and there. Not a
> junker or a 'shed special'. The 5U4 was broken; I replaced it. The 6AG7
> and 807 are as-received..
> It had several broken wires from the front panel switches to the chassis
> coils - whoever originally built it didn't leave much slack. Also the
> Grid/Plate switch was (I think) replaced, the plate wires were reversed.
> Probably all the work on the switch caused the broken wires - a couple of
> which were just not obvious... anyway it's working now - I have a 40M
> rock in it and it tunes and loads, making about 35 watts at '200' on the
> (awful, undamped) Shurite meter.
> I have a classic J-38 key mounted on a small piece of masonite to throw
> in... it'll be just like Jr. High SChool in 1962... ;}
> I have some digital pix I took that I can send if you wish - I have
> downloaded the two-page description and schematic from BAMA (as jpegs) and
> a printout of that will also be included.
> Asking somewhere in the $75 range: re-live your Novice years again, minus
> the zits and the orthodontia....
> Will pack obsessively and ship to the US ONLY.
> Paypal is preferred - or MO or cash or maybe personal check (with
> FBI/CIA/TSA full backround scan). :)
> PLEASE REPLY DIRECTLY TO ME, not back to the whole list.
> John KB6SCO
> Carson City
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