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Author Topic: SG3-239  (Read 763 times)
KB2UBO
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« on: May 16, 2001, 10:29:19 AM »

HELLO AND HELP,,,,I WANT TO WORK A 706 WITH A SCG-239 TUNNER FOR MOBILE OPS IN MY P.U.  DOES ANYONE HAVE ONE OR KNOW ABT IT? I HAVE A 102" WIP THAT I AM GOING TO USE ON TOP OF MY TRUCK AND IAM GOING TO MOUNT THE TUNNER ON TOP OF MY TRUCK ON A HOME BUILT MAG MOUNT BRACKET.I WANT TO WORK MOBILE WITHOUT TO MUCH WORK WHILE IAM DRIVING, SO I DONT WANT TO TOGGEL A SWITCH SUCH AS ON THE HIGH SIERRA.I JUST WANT TO KEY THE MIC AND GO..THANK YOU FOR ANY HELP AND 73 DAVE KB2UBO
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AL7EK
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« Reply #1 on: May 24, 2001, 11:20:46 AM »

I own an SG231.  I sort of like it but I am having a problem you might want to know about.  I bought mine direct from SGC almost a year ago.  2 friends bought 231's for themselves.  We are all using them on loop antennas.  Mine has died 3 times in the last several months.  My friends have not died at all.  Mine is back at SGC right now for the last repair.  I have strongly suggested that they replace it rather than repair it.  They are currently debating that so I don't know if they will do that or not.  I also suggested that if they don't want to replace it they should refund me my money.  Incidently, when you return something to them you must pay the shipping both ways.  I have spent almost $80 on shipping so far.  Something to be aware of.

All in all, I think you might like the tuner.  As long as it works.  I suspect my experience is worse than most peoples.  As I said, my friends couplers have not failed at all.

Clark
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KB2UBO
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« Reply #2 on: June 14, 2001, 04:54:33 PM »

thanks for the info
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