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Anytime. I should point out something about the RC-6A crystal. That unit must use a crystal that is “on frequency”..meaning the crystal has to be the operating frequency you wish to transmit.
So if you want to transmit on 600Khz, the crystal must be a 600Khz crystal. The RC-6A does not use any multiplier or divider in the oscillator. Only the solid state models require a crystal 6 times the operating frequency which is then divided down to the operating frequency.
I cant remember if your unit has the tuning meter, or the neon bulb on the output tank. There were different versions of the RC-6A where some had a meter, others had the neon bulb.
When tuning up if it has the meter, tune as usual (dip). When tuning up if it has the neon bulb on the output tank, tune for a peak in brightness of the neon bulb.
Hope you get that unit soon and up and running!