From manualman at juno.com Thu Jan 7 14:59:19 2016 From: manualman at juno.com (manualman at juno.com) Date: Thu, 7 Jan 2016 14:59:19 -0500 Subject: [Hallicrafters] Clearing Out Old Manuals - Epilog Message-ID: I wanted to thank everyone who participated in my 2015 cleaning out old manual sale. The sale officially ended 1/6/16 and remaining old stuff has gone to recycling. Some statistics: 272 e-mail requests for one or more items 62% of e-mail requests failed to provide address and/or ZIP (as requested) to compute shipping which resulted in additional e-mails but manageable. 2 canceled. 4 received e-mail quotes and disappeared without an additional word. Overall feedback seemed to be very positive on items received. As I did last year, monies received in the sale were additionally matched by me (ManualMan) and donated equally to three of my favorite national charities. Again, thanks to all, and hope you all have a healthy, happy, and prosperous 2016. Pete, wa2cwa www.manualman.com From robert at isquare.com Fri Jan 15 17:16:57 2016 From: robert at isquare.com (Bob Sullivan) Date: Fri, 15 Jan 2016 17:16:57 -0500 Subject: [Hallicrafters] HRO-50T knob Message-ID: <6FD97EBF-F399-4C63-8704-C83E81BB8367@isquare.com> I am in need of a MODE knob (CW-AM-NFM-PHONO), gray color, for a HRO-50T. Can anyone help? 73, Bob W?YVA http://www.isquare.com/personal_pages/ras-hardware.htm From holden7471 at msn.com Mon Jan 25 19:05:09 2016 From: holden7471 at msn.com (Howard Holden) Date: Mon, 25 Jan 2016 16:05:09 -0800 Subject: [Hallicrafters] Winter 2016 Classic Exchange CW Message-ID: The CW CX will run from 1400 UTC January 31 to 0800 UTC February 1, 2016 (9 AM Eastern Time on Sunday to 3 AM Eastern Time Monday) AND >From 1400 UTC February 2 to 0800 UTC February, 3, 2016 (9 AM Eastern Time on Tuesday to 3 AM Eastern Time Wednesday) Send: "CQ CX" Suggested Frequencies -- plus/minus QRM Listen up and down 5 to 10 Kc for crystal controlled stations . . . . . CW 1.810 mc 3.545 mc 7.045 mc 14.045 mc. 21.045 mc 28.045 mc. 50.100 mc. 144.100 mc. See you all Sunday and Tuesday! Full details at: www.classicexchange.org Questions? email me! 73, Howie WB2AWQ/7 WB2AWQ at arrl.net From bmarx at bellsouth.net Thu Jan 28 12:02:11 2016 From: bmarx at bellsouth.net (Bill) Date: Thu, 28 Jan 2016 12:02:11 -0500 Subject: [Hallicrafters] Original Hallicrafters Operating And Service Instruction Manual - FPM-300 MK ll In-Reply-To: <56AA4198.4010304@bellsouth.net> References: <56AA4198.4010304@bellsouth.net> Message-ID: <56AA4993.5020803@bellsouth.net> Original Hallicrafters Operating And Service Instruction Manual - FPM-300 MK ll In very good shape, some fading of cover. No pencil marks at all. No dog eared pages. Corner very slightly worn. Includes schematics which were removed from the staples, but all in place in the manual. $25 plus postage. Bill W2CQ From larryw0hxs at yahoo.com Fri Jan 29 17:55:15 2016 From: larryw0hxs at yahoo.com (Larry Woodworth) Date: Fri, 29 Jan 2016 22:55:15 +0000 (UTC) Subject: [Hallicrafters] Wanted References: <1526412306.1649518.1454108115572.JavaMail.yahoo.ref@mail.yahoo.com> Message-ID: <1526412306.1649518.1454108115572.JavaMail.yahoo@mail.yahoo.com> My S-38 E is nearly restored, but it is missing the all of control knobs. It is a curious little memento of the Cold War. A decal on the side is about the Military Airbase in Thule, Greenland. Believably, it had coffee stains and heavy layer of cigarette smoke. Smile! Someone replaced most caps with the orange drops, but the large under chassis electrolytic seems to be shot. Where do I look for that replacement, Any help appreciated. Great resource, guys. Larry W?HXS? larryw0hxs at yahoo.com Ensor Museum, Mgr.Ensor Park and Museum? See new video :-) | ? | | ? | | ? | ? | ? | ? | ? | | Ensor Park and MuseumThe ENSOR PARK and MUSEUM You have to see it to believe it! | | | | View on www.W9BSP-W9UA.org | Preview by Yahoo | | | | ? | Olathe, KS. From anchor at ec.rr.com Fri Jan 29 19:17:04 2016 From: anchor at ec.rr.com (Al Parker) Date: Fri, 29 Jan 2016 19:17:04 -0500 Subject: [Hallicrafters] Wanted In-Reply-To: <1526412306.1649518.1454108115572.JavaMail.yahoo@mail.yahoo.com> References: <1526412306.1649518.1454108115572.JavaMail.yahoo.ref@mail.yahoo.com> <1526412306.1649518.1454108115572.JavaMail.yahoo@mail.yahoo.com> Message-ID: <56AC0100.9040909@ec.rr.com> Hi Larry, Go to Hayseeed hamfest and get Tom's electrolytic. About $18, but it's made very much like the original, with leads at the ends as needed, and fits in nicely. About $18. I just did an S-38C and used his full recap kit. I could have tacked in some single electrolytics at a small savings, but this makes it much easier. No connection with Hayseed other than as a satisfied customer. The S-38C came out great, no hums,etc., nice sensitivity, I was surprized. I had started, in 1956, with an S-38D, never felt like I needed to recreate my novice stn, but it did serve me well. 40m & 15m CW, it was hard to find just where your xmtr signal was, but I did make a lot of QSO's. 73, Al, W8UT www.boatanchors.org www.hammarlund.info "There is nothing -- absolutely nothing -- half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats" Ratty, to Mole On 1/29/2016 5:55 PM, Larry Woodworth via Hallicrafters wrote: > My S-38 E is nearly restored, but it is missing the all of control knobs. It is a curious little memento of the Cold War. A decal on the side is about the Military Airbase in Thule, Greenland. Believably, it had coffee stains and heavy layer of cigarette smoke. Smile! > Someone replaced most caps with the orange drops, but the large under chassis electrolytic seems to be shot. Where do I look for that replacement, Any help appreciated. > Great resource, guys. > Larry W?HXS larryw0hxs at yahoo.com > Ensor Museum, Mgr.Ensor Park and Museum See new video :-) > > | | > | | | | | | | | > | Ensor Park and MuseumThe ENSOR PARK and MUSEUM You have to see it to believe it! | > | | > | View on www.W9BSP-W9UA.org | Preview by Yahoo | > | | > | | > > Olathe, KS. From radio at daileyservices.com Sat Jan 30 17:37:34 2016 From: radio at daileyservices.com (radio at daileyservices.com) Date: Sat, 30 Jan 2016 15:37:34 -0700 Subject: [Hallicrafters] SX-43 References: <7D3B08E5F5104CCE89C70B2F7673224F@w0eaj> <71B98F97-4453-4542-931B-F0E7AF555A83@earthlink.net> Message-ID: Well... considering value.. what it's WORTH and what somebody's prepared to pay for it, are often two different things. As you well know, hams are CHEAP, CHEAP, CHEAP... They are "tight", compared to a Scotsman (it's how the limbo was invented.. a Scotsman trying to get into a pay toilet) That's why I recommended "Ebite"... You'll reap a good fortune for it on there, but on the regular swaplists... hmmm, not so much. --- and yes, that '43 is PRETTY.. very, very nice. If you'd like me to, I can list it on the Hallicrafters reflector.. that might be a good place, but again.. they're CHEAP.... what the heck.... I AM. hallicrafters at mailman.qth.net --- This email is free from viruses and malware because avast! Antivirus protection is active. http://www.avast.com

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