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vmx
2nd Mar 2008, 05:18
I know it's now considered 'vintage', but would anyone have a scan of the MK-6B manual? I have one for the MK-6 but the 6B slightly changed with a different drift correction window (parallel & converge) and I'm trying to recall out how that bit works.

I got the 6B in 1979 with my student licence and would like to keep using it for my CPL this year - it's been a loooong journey.

Thanks in advance!

Farrell
2nd Mar 2008, 10:22
http://sliderule.ozmanor.com/man/man-download.html

Scroll down a bit and you'll find it there.

Good luck with your CPL

Farrell

vmx
2nd Mar 2008, 11:46
Thanks Farrell, I found that scan a while back and it's for the MK-6, the 6B has one slight difference in the drift window that I haven't been able to figure out.

Cheers again!

Farrell
2nd Mar 2008, 12:51
Post a scan of the window and maybe one we can interpret it for you

QSK?
11th Mar 2008, 00:00
vmx:

....with a different drift correction window (parallel & converge) and I'm trying to recall out how that bit works.I have an old Kane Mk6b which I still use regularly. I don't have the manual anymore but I know how the drift correction window works.

Do you want to PM me with your email address and I'll send you an attached file with instructions?

Cheers QSK?

vmx
17th Mar 2008, 04:30
I managed to find a manual (a family friend had one tucked away in his shed) - for anyone else that might be looking for one, here's the zip file with all the page scans.

http://vmxktm.net/Aviation/Kane-Mk6B-Manual.zip