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Beside the fact that people cannot pack Bakelite [or wood or glass] for
shipping, Why are the tuning caps always set fully open to maximize the
damage like in this Emerson. Poor thing!
I always ask that the tuning be set to the low end of the band before
packing, but half the time it is not done anyway.

Neil S.

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Brenda Ann wrote:

Time to get some superglue....

Too bad.

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A few weeks ago I posted a comment with an experiment using
a light bulb, oatmeal carton and a rock. This obviously shows
the same mechanics at work. Mass + Inertia.

No matter how many times you go around the outside of a radio
with bubble wrap, if you can't keep the insides in place
properly, this is the result.

Jeff


It would have had a MUCH better chance though if they had

1) Used bubble wrap that wasn't all popped

2) Used more than a single wrap

3) Wrapped the entire radio, not just around the front/back

4) Used a box more than 1cm larger than the radio


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Brenda Ann wrote:

"Jeffrey D Angus" wrote in message
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A few weeks ago I posted a comment with an experiment using
a light bulb, oatmeal carton and a rock. This obviously shows
the same mechanics at work. Mass + Inertia.

No matter how many times you go around the outside of a radio
with bubble wrap, if you can't keep the insides in place
properly, this is the result.

Jeff


It would have had a MUCH better chance though if they had

1) Used bubble wrap that wasn't all popped

2) Used more than a single wrap

3) Wrapped the entire radio, not just around the front/back

4) Used a box more than 1cm larger than the radio


Well, #4 explains why they had to pop all that bubble wrap. 8-)


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Well at least , they didn't cut the plug off .


Garry WW9GT


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Brenda

Following on from a posting a little while back, did you ever get your
modulator working?

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Brenda

Following on from a posting a little while back, did you ever get your
modulator working?

Terry



I did get the modulator going. The transmitter project has been on the back
burner for a while, since I moved to a new shop, and it's still in the old
one, in rather a hard spot to get to. I'll update when I get back to it.




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