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Linear Amplifier Help

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Frodo5632

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Messenger M4V Help

I got an old M4V that needs some help... It powers on, but all lights come on and it won't actually do anything... I thought the keying Transistor fried and replaced it but no luck... Nothing appears burnt, and no smoke came out of it... Any ideas??? Or names of shops that still work on them??? I'd hate to give up on this one, it's a really good amp!!!
 

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its funny how everyone turns into a lawyer on here when someone asks about more power...
I think you'll find, other than a select few serial cranky types, the vast majority of us don't really care. What I find interesting is individuals that will dig up ancient threads to restart the argument.

Where you'll usually hear comments is those pointing out the obvious, focusing on RF power output as the only measure of a good radio system is ignoring reality.
 
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