Manual Source

fclarke fclarke at EROLS.COM
Fri Nov 10 22:35:23 EST 2000

I recently purchased a manual copy for a Heath AR-3 from AG Tannenbaum
and it was
very nicely done and quite reasonable in price.  W7FG also does manuals,
but I was
somewhat disappointed in the quality of the copy ( a 32V3 in this
case).  All the
info is there, so it serves the purpose!  There are several other
vendors doing
manuals, so you should be able to find what you need.

73 de Tom/W4OKW

Jeffrey Herman wrote:
> On Fri, 10 Nov 2000, Talen wrote:
> > Wasn't there an individual who specializes in obscure
> > (or at least difficult to find) test equipment manuals ?
> > Any info ?
> > 73s  Kees K5BCQ
> Kees and the Group: Back in '96 I received a catalog of manuals
> from A.G. Tannenbaum (K2BN) Company. It contains hundreds of
> manual titles including military training manuals. Tech data
> papers date back to 1905. His email address: k2bn at
> so he might have a web site at that same domain name.
> 73, Jeff KH6O

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