There are other popular US based suppliers and options
(Piexx, Wilco, replace battery and reprogram the RAM by VU2SBJ)
that can be found here on Adam Farson's Icom web page: http://www.ab4oj.com/icom/main.html#IC751A
Curt... good to hear form you
I rebuilt my 751, as it had a few problems display not working, and some of the functions controls etc etc due to old age, replaced some dried out ele caps on the display board, there are 2 large Ele type cap's near the Dc input on the main board, i also replaced them with NEC 3300 uf and also fixed the logic / Cpu board and link cables, while i had the radio apart i also add a small CPU cooling fan that circulates the air flow and keeps the boards and components KOOLER i also used an resistor so the fan dont act as a vacuum cleaner hi hi, I also replaced the Icom versatile ram with a custom EEPROM board but wanted you and others to know that you can get the EEPROM program so it will Rx from 0.001.0 to 54 MHz
if you ask who ever is programming it for you, i am sure they will accommodate your needs
all this dose is open up the Rx range
not sure if you or others knew that or not ???
if you, or anyone on here need help with the 751, manuals etc etc please contact me
ps good to see your still posting Curt, Very 73
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Last edited by K4EEZ; 03-17-2008 at 04:37 PM.
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