Well I succeeded in breaking one of the feet off of my DX 394. The question I am asking is how do I get the other one off and the remains of the broken oneradiotech750
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Tom! Good hearing from you. I'm still messing with radios, mainly the earlier solid state rigs like the Icom R70, R72, Yaesu FRG series and several others.fcathell
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