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Joined: Sat, Apr 4th 1998, 00:00 Roles: N/A Moderates: N/A

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Gassy vacuum tubes Aug 1st 2013, 03:16 4 11,317 on 3/6/20
Reflections(Maxwell) Jul 24th 2013, 18:41 2 6,334 on 24/7/13
HF tuner consumes power Jul 11th 2013, 16:40 2 6,126 on 11/7/13

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Burton CW key w7MH 5 days ago
I recently acquire a Burton CW key built on a small piece of marble. Could someone offer a bit of history as I can't seem to locate any reference to it. Appreciate yore help. Gary, W7MH,
gmjones5@frontier.com
Burton CW key w7MH 5 days, 1 hour ago
I recently acquire a Burton CW key built on a small piece of marble. Could someone offer a bit of history as I can't seem to locate any reference to it. Appreciate yore help. Gary, W7MH,
gmjones5@frontier.com
Welcome to the A1 Operator Club forum billmoore on 30/4/15
I listen to a long standing VHF daily net and notice the occasional operator call himself the "net facilitator" rather than net control. Can you tell which is preferred? gmjones5@frontier.com. Appreciate your reply. Gary, (WB7DIE)
WB7DIE w7MH on 29/10/14
I notice, on a daily VHF repeater net some control operators refer to them selves as "net facilitators" while most use "net control". I have looked through the ARRL operating manual and find no mention of "facilitator". Many on the net are new "hams". What are your thoughts?
Gassy vacuum tubes w7MH on 1/8/13
Can you tell me what causes a vacuum tube to get gassy over time, and what can be done to prevent or remove the condition? Thanks.

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