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  • Earl Needham
    Boy, these are beautiful bugs! I ll ask a couple of my contacts for some help on this one. Vy 7 3 Earl KD5XB
    Message 1 of 5 , Jun 23, 2013
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      Boy, these are beautiful bugs!

      I'll ask a couple of my contacts for some help on this one.

      Vy 7 3
      Earl
      KD5XB


      On Sun, Jun 23, 2013 at 8:49 AM, fred <radiomanl@...> wrote:
       

      looking for ideas on the best way to safely ship without disassembly .

      andrew
      kd5pnt


    • Joe V31JP
      Fred/Andrew?, You should at the least remove the paddle and knobs before packing and shipping bugs as well as remove the pendulum/speed weight(s) Also. use
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        Fred/Andrew?,

        You should at the least remove the paddle and knobs before packing and
        shipping bugs as well
        as remove the pendulum/speed weight(s) Also. use twist ties to fasten
        the lever in place so it is not
        flopping about. Removed parts should be placed in padded bags so they
        are not bouncing about, also.

        On 6/23/2013 8:49 AM, Fred wrote:
        > looking for ideas on the best way to safely ship without disassembly .
        >
        > andrew
        > kd5pnt

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      • D.J.J. Ring, Jr.
        Good morning, Andrew. Any chance an ex- Sparks? Take off the weights. Take off the finger paddle and the thumb knob, put in small plastic bag. Put the
        Message 3 of 5 , Jun 23, 2013
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          Good morning, Andrew.   

          Any chance an ex- Sparks?

          Take off the weights.  Take off the finger paddle and the thumb knob, put in small plastic bag.   Put the weight in a separate plastic bag.

          Take an elastic and wrap around the vibrator and the damper - damper post.

          Wrap entire key in a generous amount of bubble wrap - about five or six feet long, half way insert the knob and paddle finger pieces, tape them there, continuing to wrap, right at the end put the weights.  Tape with packing tape.  Pull down the bubble wrap from the front and back of the key so that one covers the front end of the key, one the back side, tape with packing tape.  

          Place a generous layer of packing material on the bottom of a medium-large size box.  place the wrapped key in the middle, make sure that the packing is dense so the key does not move, pushing packing material down around the key, adding more packing, coverig the key, fill the box.

          Seal box so it does not pop open and make a mess your cat will love.

          Write address on box, ship by US Post Office.

          US Post Office has a flat rate box, you can fit the key into this.

          73

          David N1EA

           



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          On Sun, Jun 23, 2013 at 10:49 AM, fred <radiomanl@...> wrote:
          looking for ideas on the best way to safely ship without disassembly .

          andrew
          kd5pnt



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        • fred
          Sorry , not an ex sparks . acquired the bug when I bought a complete TR-3 . TR-3/L4B/MS4-AC3/DC4/RV4/MN4 and the 2B/2BQ receiver . won t say what I gave for it
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            Sorry , not an ex sparks . acquired the bug when I bought a complete TR-3 . TR-3/L4B/MS4-AC3/DC4/RV4/MN4 and the 2B/2BQ receiver . won't say what I gave for it . just say I stole it . my hearing is not good enough for CW any more .

            Andrew
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            --- In cw_bugs@yahoogroups.com, "D.J.J. Ring, Jr." <n1ea@...> wrote:
            >
            > Good morning, Andrew.
            >
            > Any chance an ex- Sparks?
            >
            > Take off the weights. Take off the finger paddle and the thumb knob, put
            > in small plastic bag. Put the weight in a separate plastic bag.
            >
            > Take an elastic and wrap around the vibrator and the damper - damper post.
            >
            > Wrap entire key in a generous amount of bubble wrap - about five or six
            > feet long, half way insert the knob and paddle finger pieces, tape them
            > there, continuing to wrap, right at the end put the weights. Tape with
            > packing tape. Pull down the bubble wrap from the front and back of the key
            > so that one covers the front end of the key, one the back side, tape with
            > packing tape.
            >
            > Place a generous layer of packing material on the bottom of a medium-large
            > size box. place the wrapped key in the middle, make sure that the packing
            > is dense so the key does not move, pushing packing material down around the
            > key, adding more packing, coverig the key, fill the box.
            >
            > Seal box so it does not pop open and make a mess your cat will love.
            >
            > Write address on box, ship by US Post Office.
            >
            > US Post Office has a flat rate box, you can fit the key into this.
            >
            > 73
            >
            > David N1EA
            >
            >
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            > On Sun, Jun 23, 2013 at 10:49 AM, fred <radiomanl@...> wrote:
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            > > looking for ideas on the best way to safely ship without disassembly .
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            > > andrew
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