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Name: John Romano
From: Jamesville, NY
E-mail: romanojb@twcny.rr.com
I have two Zenith T/O model 7000/2 and just purchased a B600. I have always found these radios facinating since I was very young. For the model B600 I am still looking for a economical battery type replacement. From what I have seen so far I like Jim Poitivient set-up. I have not been able to reach him yet. With the model 7000 replacement batteries is not an issue as it takes 8 of them.

Keep up the good work

John Romano
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Name: Jon DeArmond
From: Virginia Beach, VA
E-mail: JonDeArmond@gmail.com
This is a very informative site. I especially appreciate the advise about replacing the selenium rectifier on my L600 as I wouldn't have touched it being SS. Great job
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Name: Carlos Meneses
From: Venezuela - Spain
E-mail: meneses@tekpam.com
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Congratullations for your effort.
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Name: Mark Miller
From: Los Angeles
Website: http://www.railbookends.com
E-mail: mhmllr@verizon.net
What a welcome resource you have established! I was on assignment for National Geographic in Montana in the 1980s, and found a Trans-Oceanic for sale in a store calling itself "Old Stuff." I hauled the T-O around in my car's truck for the next three months, then brought it home where I did what about all an amateur can do, which was to clean and polish it thoroughly, and carefully. And wonder of wonders, it still captures a signal. Recently I came across a photograph of Ernest Hemingway and two housemen bent over a table at his home in Cuba, ca 1949, listening to hurricane reports on his Trans-Oceanic. And there was my Zenith model. Your site will help me resore this treasure to full working order. Thank you and best wishes.
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Name: robert morrow
From: lewiston idaho
this is a wonderfull and interesting site,it was great reading your forum as i have been there done that ( servicing radios since 1947) and as always i learned a few new things from your readings.keep up the good work, a tubehead myself.thank you again MORROW TV ELECTRONICS SINCE 1947
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Name: Mike Morrow
E-mail: kk5f@arrl.net
This is a very interesting web site. I hope one day to acquire a R-520A/URR TO.

The information on the 1L6 page that only the TO used the 1L6 is inaccurate. A family of portable military sets (Receiver RR-2 of RS-1, R-1004/GRC-109, and R-1004A/GRC-109) use the 1L6. The R-1004A was made in 1969 and saw use in Vietnam with Army Special Forces. That accounts for the military surplus 1968-made 1L6 supply.
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Name: Joe Reda
From: Heyworth, IL
Website: http://www.reda.com
E-mail: jlreda@gmail.com
Well, this is a great site and a fantastic TO resource! I have an 8G005ZT1 something-or-other and it's a great radio, fun to work on. These radios are a superb product of human ingenuity.
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Name: Richard Ethridge
From: Omaha, NE USA
E-mail: titan1a@juno.com
My first T/O was a 7000Y I purchased as a serviceman in Thailand. It got beat-up pretty bad and given away. I bought my current Royal 7000 from Ebay about five months ago. It came malfunctioning but was easily repaired with a new IF transistor. This radio is priceless! I've received AM radio from 21 states without effort. The shortwave reception beats out my Panasonic RF-2200.
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Name: Mike "Oz" Olszanski
From: La Porte, Indiana USA
E-mail: molszans@iun.edu7
Have an extensive collection of ZTO's. Have been collecting about ten years.
Member, Yahoo Group Transoceanic Fanatic
and Antique Radio Forum.
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Name: Jacques Hamel
From: Contrecoeur QC Canada
Website: http://cnc.virtuelle.ca/museeradio/
E-mail: hamja@videotron.ca
Très intéressant! Nous possédons quelques Zénith à notre Musée et je me souviens avoir utilisé un modèle 600 dans les années 1956-57 qui m'a permis de devenir "addict to SW"!

TKS fur ur site.

Jacques ve2djq
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