Knight Kit T-60 AM/CW Transmitter
This is a Knight Kit T-60 Novice transmitter from the 1960's. It is a CW and AM transmitter and uses a 6DQ6A as the output tube. Knight Kit advertised this transmitter with their R-55(A) receiver as a Novice-class station.
The front panel as found. The two chicken head knobs are not original. The original knobs are cheap plastic and tightening the set screw on the control shaft can cause them to crack . The Band switch knob is cracked and spins on the switch shaft - the fix is to fill the back cavities of the knob with epoxy. Unfortunately, a former owner had already tossed two of the original knobs.
Under the chassis after repairs. Wires with melted insulation on the ends were trimmed back where possible and insulating sleeves were slipped over others. Bad solder joints were cleaned and resoldered.
There was an errata sheet from Knight with some changes that had never been applied to this transmitter so these were done as well.
The holes in the chassis back was epoxied shut. A lot of the screws had the lock washers under the screw head instead of the nut so these were all changed.