[AMRadio] Equipment & tubes stolen from Ken K7EMO


L B w7hgc at yahoo.com
Sat Aug 14 09:39:56 EDT 2010


Same here...whatever ken needs ill go look in my stash too! Larry/w7hgc


--- On Sat, 8/14/10, Hirokik <hirokik at aol.com> wrote:

From: Hirokik <hirokik at aol.com>
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Equipment & tubes stolen from Ken K7EMO
To: amradio at mailman.qth.net
Date: Saturday, August 14, 2010, 1:22 PM

Howie et al,


I think I have an 807 and many other assorted tubes (6L6, 6146,..)in my box that has been sitting in my basement. I need a few days to get to the box. I would like to be of help. If you have a list of tubes (or any other stuff) that Ken needs, please let me know. 


Hiroki AH6CY
Portola Valley, CA 





-----Original Message-----
From: Howard Weinstein <k3hw at yahoo.com>
To: Glowbug Tetrode <tetrode at googlegroups.com>; Discussion of AM Radio in the Amateur Service <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
Sent: Fri, Aug 13, 2010 11:28 pm
Subject: [AMRadio] Equipment & tubes stolen from Ken K7EMO


Gang,
Our colleague and friend Ken, K7EMO had several boxes of tubes and boatanchors 
stolen from his storage shed recently. He had graciously offered me some 
replacement tubes for my Johnson Adventurer and when he went to retrieve them he 
discovered the theft. He then apologized to ME for not being able to send me 
what he promised!
Ken is in the process of trying to replace what he can and mentioned to me in 
the email below that he especially wants 807's.
He DID NOT ask me to post this. I posted this of my on free will and accord as I 
think a man who offers assistance to his fellow Ham and asks for NOTHING in 
return deserves our assistance and consideration.
Ken, you humble me. I will see what I can put together for you when I return to 
my Home QTH next week. God Bless you.
The rest of you know what to do...
Respectfully submitted 
Howie K3HW 


--- On Sat, 8/14/10, Howard Weinstein <k3hw at yahoo.com> wrote:Ken,
I am very sorry to hear about the breaking, entering, and theft of property from 
your storage shed - especially the boatanchors and tubes. Please, don't worry 
about me. I'll find some tubes - I think it's VERY important for you to find out 
how this happened and see what can be done. I hope you can recover your property 
or at least receive some type of compensation. Try to have the best weekend you 
can and thanks again for your offer - it was very generous and it is much 
appreciated. If there is anything I can do to help you replace stolen equipment, 
tubes, or radio's let me know - I'll do what I can!
73 de Howie K3HW

--- On Thu, 8/12/10, catnap5 at centurytel.net <catnap5 at centurytel.net> wrote:Well 
Howard I am sorry it took me so long to get back to you , but when I went
up to my storage shed to try and find the tubes it was standing wide open and my
5 boxes of tubes along with several other boxes of boatanchors and parts were
gone , I know I had at least 8 807's and many more of the other ones . I hope
someone else from the list has some help for you . wish I had better news but
this is kinda a sad day for me and also for you . ps if you find a source for
807's pls, let me know as now I have to try to restock my supply : ((( I am
sorry . Ken K7EMO





      


      
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