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Re: no swr reading


oh dear emoticon

 i wouldnt mind getting it running now ive paid out for it, i know its poop but then i paid poop money for it lol.

 were would you guys send it(apart from the bin lol) if you wanted to fix it?

 any idea of the cost for a tune up etc?

 cheers for ya help.
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Check out the rig doctor list, I've just added emoticon

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 i got to agree with topbuzzuk! put the cybernet rubbish onto a bonfire, you might aswell be talking into a bacon sandwich. cack
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Re: no swr reading


Hi, sounds like final only because your getting rf out as displayed on other RX. Its a 2166 or 1969 both mitsabushi tranies thet are about 6-7 quid and you have to get the board and heatsinks apart before replacing. you will need to re-top the output PI coils on new trany as internal impedance varies takes about 25-30 mins job OK. ps hold all the legs of new tran with good long nose pliers while soldering or you'll fry the new one critical temp for trans is 250 deg C thats not hot for solder components though. Good luck, any probs email. john FB193.
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