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To Our Listeners and Clients:
We truly apologize for giving you the silent treatment; something no radio station should ever do to its faithful listeners and loyal clients.
We went off the air Wednesday afternoon (March 26) and after examining and checking-out everything we could see, discovered the problem early on Saturday afternoon.
It was nearly invisible and more than 200-feet above the ground.
Two sections of the coax cable that connects our main transmitters with our antennae short circuited to one leg of our tower. This cable measures about two-inches in diameter and the “bad sections,” lodged against the tower leg, were on the side less visible, except to a young Aroostook Technology’s tower climber named Eric who ascended the structure and examined every inch of the coax on his way up.
Now we await delivery of a 300-foot length of this copper rich RF cable. Then comes the task of installing same; 250-pounds of conduit that has the same give as a pine sapling, except when it’s cold. Then it’s even less flexible.
We will keep you up to date on this web site (channelxradio.com) and return to service ASAP, but at this juncture we are unable to give a time and date. Again, our sincere apologies for letting you down, but thanks for the thousands of phone calls, e-mails, Facebook notes, and personal inquiries you have made to me and members of our staff. We are truly humbled by your expressions of support.
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