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In an effort to reduce spam and the spread of viruses, we are now providing this form for you to contact a person that has placed an ad on QTH.COM. After submitting this form, an e-mail will be generated and sent to BOTH you and the person that placed the ad. The e-mail will contain a copy of the ad, plus your e-mail information and your comments.

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You are responding to the following ad:

Ad Number:1414007
Date Placed:12/06/18
Name:Byron Allen
Phone Number:256-763-6880
Callsign:N4AX
Category:ROTATORS
Heading:Rotator Static/Surge Discharge unit
Ad Message:New construction - never used ... 8- Wire Rotator Surge Dischare Unit Model : AX-RSDU Brand : Amateur Xcellence see: n4ax.com
Breakover voltage is 75VDC on each line is protected with a GDT and a .1 mf capacitor to ground. as soon as any control line sees 75v it shorts to ground, to help eliminate or decrease damage to rotator and control box. This can de connected at the control box or at the rotator , just supply a ground conductor from the lug on the unit to ground. Reduced price $69.00. plus actual shipping

Your Response to this Ad:

Due to the amount of non-ham scammers trying to respond to the ads, I am now asking a simple question that ham operators should easily be able to answer, but scammers may not know the answer: What is the number that hams use to represent the phrase "Best Regards"? This number is typically transmitted by hams at the end of a QSO.
Best Regards:

Your Name:
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Your E-mail Address:
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Your IP Address:100.24.46.10
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