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Date Posted by Category User IP

2015-05-03 (UTC)

N7EXN

Receivers

cblmdm72-240-146-75.buckeyecom.net

National FRR-59

The two cabinets have been separated to make the weight
manageable, but all the cables are present, as are the spacers that
support the upper cabinet. The receiver appears fully intact but it
does not power up. I haven't the expertise to troubleshoot this
wonder of electromechanical engineering and would like to have it
in the hands of someone who does. I'll sell it for the best offer I get
before I move from OH to NC in a couple of months. For a really
good offer I'd transport it to the Dayton Hamvention or meet a
buyer halfway, up to a couple of hundred miles from Toledo,
Raleigh, or points in between. Alternatively, if you are experienced
at repairing this receiver, I'd be open to the possibility of paying for
its repair.

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