[Heathkit] Repairing Shipper Damaged Heath SA-2550?

Charles W. Morehouse w4gbw at BELLSOUTH.NET
Sat May 13 08:13:01 EDT 2006

Hi Folks,
I think you mean Lexan.  It would work well.  I have had good results 
using two part, clear epoxy
to repair ceramic parts.  Don't think that crazy glue will not hold up.  
That tuner looks like it was dropped.
UPS is bad about dropping things 6 feet to cement so watch out.  USPS is 
usually pretty good.  73.

Edward B Richards wrote:

>It looks like it would be relatively easy to make new parts from 1/4" (or
>whatever) polystyrene, Lucite, that stuff guaranteed not to break (can't
>think of the name of it), etc. Good luck.
>73, Ed Richards K6UUZ
>Simi Valley, Ca 93065
>Home of the Air Force 1 pavilion
>On Fri, 12 May 2006 16:46:50 -0500 doc <kd4e at verizon.net> writes:
>>The US Postal Service somehow managed to vibrate the
>>SA-2550 sufficiently to trash the ceramic insulating
>>sections on the large variable capacitor.

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