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Old 11-19-2011, 10:25 AM
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Default Saturday 19 November shipments -- 11 units

Hi,
Hi,
The following RL members' orders have been packaged and are going to the post office this morning

skypig
ppressle
rdevany
paul m
richard w
nc trackrat
600R
ilko
np993
amfab
cmat

Please watch your mailbox for a 6x9 manila envelope from Massachusetts.

Have a nice weekend,

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Old 11-19-2011, 10:27 AM
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As of this morning (19 Nov), my wife and I have mailed out all orders for which we received shipping addresses (via PM).

This leaves 1 "Heathkits" and 56 assembled units awaiting shipping address information.
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Old 11-19-2011, 10:31 AM
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Exclamation Important Info for "Heathkit" orders

For those who ordered the "Heathkit / DIY assembly" version, please note that this design contains polarity/orientation sensitive components....

Diode (Anode and Cathode marked in silkscreen)

Electrolytic Cap (+ marked in silkscreen, note that the cap body has the - lead marked)

Transistors (silkscreen has the body outline, just line up the flat)

Please note that the 47K resistor array is a bussed array, i.e. pin 1 is common to all the resistors. This component must be installed with pin 1 (designated by a square laser etched on the part) closest to the electrolytic cap.
(using a resistor array saves some space and you only install one component rather than 7 individual ones).

If anyone has questions during assembly, please don't hesitate to send me a PM.
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Old 11-19-2011, 11:56 AM
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Lewis: What is your PayPal address?
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Old 11-19-2011, 12:10 PM
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Originally Posted by 600RR View Post
Lewis: What is your PayPal address?
embarassed to say I don't do paypal....I also still write paper checks rather than pay online!
however, I did move up to the "no licking required" stamps and envelopes, so I am making progress.

inside the 6x9 manila envelope there is a self addressed return envelope. You can use that to send payment ... cash, check, money order, coins, Dunkin Donuts or Starbucks gift cards, S&H green stamps (are they around anymore).... whatever is most convenient.
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Old 11-19-2011, 12:26 PM
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Originally Posted by ltc View Post
embarassed to say I don't do paypal....I also still write paper checks rather than pay online!
however, I did move up to the "no licking required" stamps and envelopes, so I am making progress.

inside the 6x9 manila envelope there is a self addressed return envelope. You can use that to send payment ... cash, check, money order, coins, Dunkin Donuts or Starbucks gift cards, S&H green stamps (are they around anymore).... whatever is most convenient.
....certificate to test drive a new 2012 Cayenne......
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Originally Posted by 993BillW View Post
....certificate to test drive a new 2012 Cayenne......
Thank you, but no thank you.
I left Larry in the Cayenne forum (P!g Pen) while I try and attend to this thread.
I am sure he is doing a fine job with crowd control, given his "people skills".
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Default Monday 21 November shipments -- 5 packages

The next shipment will be Monday for those addresses I have on Sunday night.

Here are the RL member orders packaged and going to the post office tomorrow

Flying_low
Biggdawg
Efong
Rsa964
993billw

My wife and I have no other shipping addresses at this time.

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Old 11-19-2011, 07:45 PM
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Finally had the SAI code. Niot sure I want to try the reaming procedure. Are there opeinings on the second run list? Thanks.
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Originally Posted by craig001 View Post
Finally had the SAI code. Niot sure I want to try the reaming procedure. Are there opeinings on the second run list? Thanks.
Yes, but there is date yet.
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Old 11-20-2011, 12:54 AM
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Lewis

Got mine today. I look forward to installing it tomorrow. Hopefully, my dumbass can make heads or tails of the electrical schematic.

Thanks again.

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Tony,
The schematic (notes) and PCB (silkscreen) have the colors of the wires referenced at the beginning of the thread (black, blue, grey). Please refer to the first post.

The terminal blocks on the PCB accommodate a very wide variety of wire sizes and types.

If you ordered a plastic enclosure, please note that I did not drill holes in it for the wires to exit the box. This is simply due to the fact that I didn't know what size folks would use, where it would be mounted and in what orientation (and the fact that I'm mechanically challenged!).
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Lewis,looks looks mine is in the mail and commig fast! Question,my check engine light is on now for the SAI...when should I clear it? Before I install the kit or after? I just use a code reader to clear it,so before or after?? Thanks Again for all your time and effort!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Originally Posted by skypig View Post
Lewis,looks looks mine is in the mail and commig fast! Question,my check engine light is on now for the SAI...when should I clear it? Before I install the kit or after? I just use a code reader to clear it,so before or after?? Thanks Again for all your time and effort!!!!!!!!!!!!
I would suggest sending a PM to flying_low (see page 1 of this thread).
I am not mechanically inclined, I just do electronics. I simply implemented the circuit.
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Old 11-21-2011, 12:08 AM
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Received Saturday on the west coast, very impressed by the quality. Impressive assembly skills Lewis! You don't get this kind of quality (or service) out of China. Check is in the mail, no really.

Very much appreciated.
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