N1dlh dan

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darrayle
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N1dlh dan

Post by darrayle » Fri Mar 14, 2014 12:00 pm

This guy was looking in the 250.00 range for a complete set up..he was crying for a set any condition. For those who remebered my vintage yaesu posted ad all was mint...this guy recieved a great 101..with two mics and other pieces..and complained..sad story. Save your sheckles and purchase a new radio...Who Scamed Who..people save your eqipment..73's :roll:

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Re: N1dlh dan

Post by K4ICL » Fri Mar 14, 2014 2:02 pm

Specifically, what were his complaints about your mint transceiver?

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Re: N1dlh dan

Post by darrayle » Sat Mar 15, 2014 1:14 am

He was crying about a power cord..also he claimed a knob was bent..oh well. Much as he saved..he should by a power cord..this guy wanted a 5,000 dollar radio for 325.00..best of luck to him :D

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Re: N1dlh dan

Post by K4ICL » Sat Mar 15, 2014 1:06 pm

It is beginning to look like you advertised a "mint" radio then sold it to someone who did not like it because the radio you sent to him wasn't a "mint" radio.

Can you clear this up? Why are you posting any of this here?

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