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From: "Radio Station KW1I" <kw1i@earthlink.net>
Date: Wed, 26 Dec 2001 23:51:14 -0500
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Cylindrical 811A's needed
Message-ID: <007401c18e92$1e5bb2e0$c1301c10@gagnond1.americas.cpqcorp.net>


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I have used a product called Pliobond to good effect.  Follow instructions
on tube/bottle.  Pliobond is found in hardware stores in the Northeast.  It
is marketed by R.J. Ruscoe Co. out of Akron, OH.

Dale
KW1I

-----Original Message-----

>>From: Brett Gazdzinski <brett.gazdzinski@wcom.com>
>...I have some of their
>>811a,s and one of the bases came loose.
>>Anyone know what glue would work well on a tube base?
>>Glass to plastic?
>>
>>Brett
>>N2DTS
>
>I have used epoxy with success.  The crystal clear stuff turns brown with
>heat, but seems to hold up.  I have used JB Weld, which uses some kind of
>filler.  It ought to stand up to heat, as they recommend using it to repair
>cracks in automobile engine blocks.
>
>Does anyone know what the stuff is that the tube companies use?  It is
brown
>and usually porous, looks like air bubbles in it.  With age, it seems to
>crumble to a powder, but heat doesn't seem to bother it.  Ideally, it would
>be the best stuff to use for tube repair.
>
>Don K4KYV
>
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From: "Donald Chester" <k4kyv@hotmail.com>
Date: Thu, 27 Dec 2001 04:37:29 
Subject: RE: [AMRadio] Cylindrical 811A's needed
Message-ID: <F18X25evwTe09JwrNyl00009468@hotmail.com>


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>From: Brett Gazdzinski <brett.gazdzinski@wcom.com>
...I have some of their
>811a,s and one of the bases came loose.
>Anyone know what glue would work well on a tube base?
>Glass to plastic?
>
>Brett
>N2DTS

I have used epoxy with success.  The crystal clear stuff turns brown with 
heat, but seems to hold up.  I have used JB Weld, which uses some kind of 
filler.  It ought to stand up to heat, as they recommend using it to repair 
cracks in automobile engine blocks.

Does anyone know what the stuff is that the tube companies use?  It is brown 
and usually porous, looks like air bubbles in it.  With age, it seems to 
crumble to a powder, but heat doesn't seem to bother it.  Ideally, it would 
be the best stuff to use for tube repair.

Don K4KYV

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From: "Tommye &  Jim Wilhite" <w5jpw@isot.com>
Date: Wed, 26 Dec 2001 15:02:31 -0600
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Maybe it's overloaded with junk
Message-ID: <004a01c18e50$b7f35530$8e2676cc@Wilhite>


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Hi Don:

Like Bill I receive very little junk mail, either here or through Yahoo
where I have an account through the Newoldstock.net.

Can't tell you why, but I receive about 1 per month here and about 1 per
quarter on Yahoo.  The Yahoo thing goes into a bulk mail folder and I don't
even have to look at it if I don't want to open it.

73  Jim
de W5JPW


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From: "Bill Smith" <billsmith@ispwest.com>
Date: Wed, 26 Dec 2001 12:44:32 -0800
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Maybe it's overloaded with junk
Message-ID: <015e01c18e4e$1fc0b200$d4185142@K6BW>


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Sounds like you need to find another ISP immediately!  I am using ISPWest in
California, who is proud to announce they actively suppress junk mail.  I
don't know their method, but receive virtually none here.  It is truly a
relief!

73 de Bill, AB6MT
billsmith@ispwest.com


----- Original Message -----
From: "Donald Chester" <k4kyv@hotmail.com>
To: <amradio@qth.net>; <cw@qth.net>
Sent: Wednesday, December 26, 2001 8:26 PM
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Maybe it's overloaded with junk


> http://www.amfone.net - Home of the AM Radio List.
>
> To post or see items for sale or wanted, go to the new AM'ers Trading post
below.
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>
>
>
>
> >
> >this is the first message I've seen on the Reflector since 15 December.
I
> >never
> >saw any of the messages I posted, or any responses (if there were any)
re:
> >John
> >Mohn/W5MEU.
> >
> >Has there been much traffic, lately?
>
> Jeff et al:
>
> I haven't been too active on the reflector lately.  Heard about John over
> the air.  I find most of the AM related traffic is on the AM Window
bulletin
> board, hosted by WB3HUZ.  I also subscribe to the CW Reflector, Vintage
> Radio Reflector and Ham Radio 2000.  Very little traffic from any of them
as
> well.
>
> I suspect everyone else is like me: SPAMMED out.  I went 3 days over xmas
> holiday without checking my e-mail.  When I opened my in-box this morning,
I
> had 131 new messages.  101 of them were junk trying to sell me bogus
> university degrees, debt consolidation, liquid Viagra, international
driving
> licences, hot teen sex, live blowjob videos, penis and breast enlargement,
> ad nauseum.  I also had a nasty warning message from Hotmail that my
account
> was overfilled and that I needed to empty my in-box immediately.
>
> I have tried to use the junk mail filter, but it interprets messages from
> the reflectors as spam and puts them in the junk message file, so it is
> totatlly worthless to me.
>
> Hotmail apparently sells my e-mail address to spammers and then tries to
> sell me more storage space @ $12/year to hold all the junk messages.
>
> My regular ISP pop account has an effective spam filter that rejects 90%
of
> the rubbish, but it is very difficult to retrieve valid messages that
> accidentally end up in the junk folder, and I haven't felt like dealing
with
> reflector messages thru that account, let alone waiting for all the
messages
> to download when I check in.
>
> I understand that at present, spam is increasing at a rate of 140% a year
> and expected to accelerate during the coming year.
>
> If nothing is done to turn this situation around, I am afraid the whole
> e-mail network is going to collapse in its own garbage.
>
> Am I the only one with this problem?
>
> Don K4KYV
>
>
>
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From: "Donald Chester" <k4kyv@hotmail.com>
Date: Wed, 26 Dec 2001 20:26:43 
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Maybe it's overloaded with junk
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>
>this is the first message I've seen on the Reflector since 15 December.  I 
>never
>saw any of the messages I posted, or any responses (if there were any) re: 
>John
>Mohn/W5MEU.
>
>Has there been much traffic, lately?

Jeff et al:

I haven't been too active on the reflector lately.  Heard about John over 
the air.  I find most of the AM related traffic is on the AM Window bulletin 
board, hosted by WB3HUZ.  I also subscribe to the CW Reflector, Vintage 
Radio Reflector and Ham Radio 2000.  Very little traffic from any of them as 
well.

I suspect everyone else is like me: SPAMMED out.  I went 3 days over xmas 
holiday without checking my e-mail.  When I opened my in-box this morning, I 
had 131 new messages.  101 of them were junk trying to sell me bogus 
university degrees, debt consolidation, liquid Viagra, international driving 
licences, hot teen sex, live blowjob videos, penis and breast enlargement, 
ad nauseum.  I also had a nasty warning message from Hotmail that my account 
was overfilled and that I needed to empty my in-box immediately.

I have tried to use the junk mail filter, but it interprets messages from 
the reflectors as spam and puts them in the junk message file, so it is 
totatlly worthless to me.

Hotmail apparently sells my e-mail address to spammers and then tries to 
sell me more storage space @ $12/year to hold all the junk messages.

My regular ISP pop account has an effective spam filter that rejects 90% of 
the rubbish, but it is very difficult to retrieve valid messages that 
accidentally end up in the junk folder, and I haven't felt like dealing with 
reflector messages thru that account, let alone waiting for all the messages 
to download when I check in.

I understand that at present, spam is increasing at a rate of 140% a year 
and expected to accelerate during the coming year.

If nothing is done to turn this situation around, I am afraid the whole 
e-mail network is going to collapse in its own garbage.

Am I the only one with this problem?

Don K4KYV



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