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The following Heathkit-related technical support resources are listed here as a service and provided for your convenience. Please use these resources at your own risk.

  • Ham Gear Manuals for most of the Heathkit ham gear can be obtained from Ed Mosher, formerly "One Of The HAMS At HEATH." Ed can answer questions on those products (AT-1 to XP-1).

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  • Heathkit Amateur Radio Equipment Repair is available from Ron Oxley's RTO Electronics. RTO Electronics specializes in repairing Heathkit amateur radio equipment and also has many parts available ($25.00 minimum to cover their costs). They can be reached at 7280 Territorial Rd., Benton Harbor, MI 49022, or by phone at 616-468-7780.

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  • Manuals for Heathkit Equipment are available from Hi-Manuals. Some manuals extermely large. A few popular manuals with high demand have been excerpted into a version that contains the most needed information on operating & repairing, eliminating the kit assembly steps. Large pictorials are not included in any book except at extra cost, based on fee-based research. Hi-Manuals can be reached at P. O. Box 802, Council Bluffs, IA 51502, or by email at himan@radiks.net.

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  • Parts and Repair Resources for vintage Heathkits can be obtained from the Vintage Parts page on the Heathkit Educational Systems website.

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  • Original Heathkit Manuals are available from www.myheathkits.com. Van Lincoln's inventory includes about 200 manuals, with more added as he can get them.

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  • Heath Schematics Archive (downloadable) are at the Vintage Radio Heathkit Schematic Diagram Archive

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  • The Heathkit Shop has information, PCB layouts, hints and kinks, and case histories of some of the most popular ham gear.
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