|[AMRadio] Viking 1|
wa4tukradio at gmail.com
Mon Dec 21 09:09:57 EST 2015
I know there are some old plugs in my NC183D but you might get away with
just checking the gap and dwell.
Seriously, well maybe not, switch it from radio to phono and now you
have a 50 pound "Mister Microphone"!
Might as well try to educate. I always thought the license was a
On 12/21/2015 12:51 AM, Bill Guyger via AMRadio wrote:
> Maybe you should have suggested points and plugs in addition to the capacitor:-).
> Bill AD5OL
> Sent from my iPhone
>> On Dec 20, 2015, at 5:16 PM, Jim Tonne <Tonne at Comcast.net> wrote:
>> Adding on to Larry, NE1S:
>> I was approached recently by a fellow with an NC183D. He was about to
>> send it to the junk pile because he plugged it in and no sound came out
>> of the loudspeaker and also there was no microphone connector. A guy
>> told him it might need a capacitor. He thought he would go to the local
>> parts outfit and get a capacitor and fix it himself. He was a licensed ham.
>> - Jim W4ENE
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