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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:1571464
Date Placed:01/04/22
Name:jim
Phone Number:email only
Callsign:N8FVJ
Category:POWERSUP
Heading:FS: Luke S55 Power Supply - 55 amps
Ad Message:NOS Luke model S55 13.8 volt DC power supply. 55 amps continuous. Luke power supplies were not rated peak current like Astron power supplies. This was a salesmen's display item with a clear plexiglass top cover. It has crowbar, overheat and short circuit protection with a crowbar and over temperature LED. It has a super quiet fan to cool the interior and back side of the heatsinks unlike the Astron. This power supply was never used. The Luke S55 is heavier than an Astron RS-50A. $165 + shipping. (The Astron RS-50A is $379 shipped).

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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.
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