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Old 13th Mar 2018, 1:31 pm   #1
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Default BC-191F Transmitter and two TU-6-B Tuning Units

This is from a project I realised I shall never have time to complete:-
BC-191F plus two, I think completely unmolested, TU-6B Tuning Units 3-4.5MHz.
Please see photos.

Issues known to me:-
1. Missing front valve compartment cover. I believe these often got `lost` since this Tx compartment runs quite hot and was often left fully ventilated.
2. Several screws missing from covers.
3. The HT plug has been converted to an SHV connector and SHV cable and connector are included.
4. One TU-6-B has a screw shorn off on the frequency plate holder but a complete replacement screw is included.

150 Collected or Courier at cost. No valves or PSU are included here.

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Old 13th Mar 2018, 2:05 pm   #2
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Default Re: BC-191F Transmitter and two TU-6-B Tuning Units

i inadvertently included a photo (3799) showing one of the 211 triodes in place; no valves are included in what is offered here. My apologies. Anthony M0WWV
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Old 13th Mar 2018, 11:01 pm   #3
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Default Re: BC-191F Transmitter and two TU-6-B Tuning Units

I could be interested in this Anthony
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Old 14th Mar 2018, 3:33 am   #4
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Default Re: BC-191F Transmitter and two TU-6-B Tuning Units

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i inadvertently included a photo (3799) showing one of the 211 triodes in place; no valves are included in what is offered here. My apologies. Anthony M0WWV
In the post-war US amateur radio magazines, the BC191 transmitters were being sold very cheap, as there was no real interest in them.
The 211 valves were being sold five for a US dollar. Now look what happened to them now.
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