ft-221 cleanup and repair

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Re: ft-221 cleanup and repair

Post by Crusader » 05 Mar 2016, 14:50

:lol: Really? we will see,who did you sell them too??get my money back on the microphones as i sold two of those recently for £20 each & the power leads will get about £15 each for and the radios themselves just part them out :D

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Re: ft-221 cleanup and repair

Post by Buick Mackane » 05 Mar 2016, 14:54

Only pulling yer coax :lol: Not a bad price, And im sure you'll be able to save at least one of them, Or worse case you'll easily get your money back on parts etc
I Was asked to QSL Via the Bureau, But the FBI Said i'll be prosecuted if i phone them again, :shock:

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Re: ft-221 cleanup and repair

Post by Crusader » 05 Mar 2016, 14:56

:lol: Wind up merchant ;) yeah i would like to get one of them working,then part the other one out,could'nt resist at that price :)

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Re: ft-221 cleanup and repair

Post by Crusader » 08 Mar 2016, 14:55

PLL02A wrote:Only pulling yer coax :lol: Not a bad price, And im sure you'll be able to save at least one of them, Or worse case you'll easily get your money back on parts etc



It gets better pal,not only were there x6 channelised crystals that i wanted inside these two scrappers but there was also a Mutek front end fitted inside one of them!! :lol:

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Re: ft-221 cleanup and repair

Post by Buick Mackane » 08 Mar 2016, 15:02

Crusader wrote:
PLL02A wrote:Only pulling yer coax :lol: Not a bad price, And im sure you'll be able to save at least one of them, Or worse case you'll easily get your money back on parts etc



It gets better pal,not only were there x6 channelised crystals that i wanted inside these two scrappers but there was also a Mutek front end fitted inside one of them!! :lol:
result :thumbup:
I Was asked to QSL Via the Bureau, But the FBI Said i'll be prosecuted if i phone them again, :shock:

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Re: ft-221 cleanup and repair

Post by Crusader » 08 Mar 2016, 19:20

Yep,just had one better result,one of these radios is fully working :D

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Re: ft-221 cleanup and repair

Post by Crusader » 08 Mar 2016, 19:20

Yep,just had one better result,one of these radios is fully working :D

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Re: ft-221 cleanup and repair

Post by Buick Mackane » 08 Mar 2016, 19:24

ok ok i heard you the first time, stop bragging :lol: Good stuff, But its about time you left a bargain or two for the rest of us :)
I Was asked to QSL Via the Bureau, But the FBI Said i'll be prosecuted if i phone them again, :shock:

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Re: ft-221 cleanup and repair

Post by dt307 » 08 Mar 2016, 19:52

Great find and a nice result
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Re: ft-221 cleanup and repair

Post by Crusader » 08 Mar 2016, 20:31

PLL02A wrote:ok ok i heard you the first time, stop bragging :lol: Good stuff, But its about time you left a bargain or two for the rest of us :)

:lol: Not a chance,you lot can go hunt your own bargains ;) as for bragging..nah i don't do that,that is Bigpimps job ;)
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Re: ft-221 cleanup and repair

Post by Crusader » 08 Mar 2016, 20:32

dt307 wrote:Great find and a nice result
Cheers Chris :thumbup:

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Re: ft-221 cleanup and repair

Post by satelitesid » 16 Mar 2016, 11:38

Be a little wary about using the tone in jack, I believe these were used for taking the output for YC221 counter as a modification.

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Re: ft-221 cleanup and repair

Post by Crusader » 16 Mar 2016, 17:51

Yep it is ok,the socket has'nt been modified so it is still a tone in socket,cheers anyways :)

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