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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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Ad Number:1456141
Date Placed:09/11/19
Name:Ken Simpson, W8EK
Phone Number:(352) 732-8400
Callsign:W8EK
Category:ANTETUNE
Heading:MFJ 940 HF Antenna Tuner For Sale
Ad Message:
MFJ 940 HF Antenna Tuner For Sale:
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The MFJ 940 is like most HF antenna tuners,
utilizing a T network. It also has a wattmeter/
SWR bridge, with setting of both 300 W and
30 W full scale.
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The antenna selector switch allows switching
to one of the two coax-fed antennas (direct or
through tuner) and random wire antenna. A
bypass position allows switching to a dummy
load or a direct coax antenna.
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This one works fine and looks fine also.
With paper work for only $50, plus shipping
from Florida.
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Thanks. 73,
Ken Simpson, W8EK
Phone (352) 732-8400
.

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