From: Christopher Pettitt [mailto:g0eyo@...] Sent: 22 May 2015 14:29 To: 'No Reply' Subject: RE: [eddystone] Digest Number 218 Pierre Have a look
Hi Tony - there is th emanual here: http://www.eddystoneusergroup.org.uk/Manuals/kilodyne%204%20manual.pdf
Hello all and sundry from G4hhz new member Having recently joined octogenarians anonymous I am taking the time to follow my past pursuit of TRF short wave
Thanks for all comments received.Pipe cleaner run through, but on close inspection, the problem is probably due to the severe scoring of the bore of the coil
Hello, I am restoring an Eddystone EA12 which a previous owner replaced the cursor wire with thin brown string. This string has now frayed and requires
Some good points Ian and close visual inspection/cleaning must be the first step in case it is an accumulation of dirt or some other mechanical impediment.
I believe these should not be lubricated. Any medium may cause the permeability tuning to become inaccurate as I believe it was based on the assumption of an
Thanks all for the suggestions. I do wonder if any lubricant was used in the initial manufacture ? The rods appear quite dry at present.
I think silicone grease would work, but it tends to spread with time and can be messy. Other possibilities would be a Teflon-based lubricant (non-greasy), a
Servisol silicone grease is a good lubricant, its inert and doesn't dry out ... From: mikeh_408@... [eddystone_radio_users] To:
Thanks for the interest Graham. I have found in other applications that WD40 eventually dries and leaves a greasy film residue, so would be a short term fix
Mike WD40??? Kind regards Graham From: eddystone_radio_users@... [mailto:eddystone_radio_users@...] Sent: 14 May 2015 14:10 To:
Any tips welcome for reducing the stiction of the ferrite rods as they move in and out of the coil formers in the 880 models. I don't expect the smoothness of
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