[AMRadio] Wanted a panel meter for heathkit DX 100

Jim Hill hro5-2 at cox.net
Mon Oct 15 02:02:04 EDT 2012

Hi John:
If you are still looking, you might try some Heathkit reflectors, 
such as Heath at qth.net, Heathkit at yahoo, Heathkit-Rados at yahoo, and 
Heath at puck.nether.net.  You are probably familiar with the first 
three, and here's info on the fourth.  The city of Tempe, AZ hosted 
Heath and Boatanchors reflectors.  When Tempe stopped due to 
budgetary constraints, puck.neter stepped in and hosted 
them.  Contact http://puck.nether.net/mailman/listinfo  to 
join.  This list also has a number of esoteric (to me) computer 
related reflectors.

All are fairly active, with Heath at qth and Heathkit at yahoo being the most active.

Jim, W6IVW

At 04:58 PM 10/13/2012, you wrote:

>Now that Jim has cleared up whether I can seek the meter on this 
>reflector, I hereby put out an urgent request for a panel meter for 
>a DX 100 or DX 100B. Maybe there is a parts unit with a meter out 
>there and if so,
>please contact me about it. In addition, I enlist your assistance in 
>the search. If you have any questions, please feel free to email them to
>me. Thanks and 73, John, K5PGW
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