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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON OH
841 AM EDT FRI AUG 22 2014

...COLUMBUS NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER REMAINS OFF THE AIR...

THE NOAA ALL-HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER KIG-86 IN COLUMBUS
OHIO / FREQUENCY 162.550 MHZ / REMAINS OFF THE AIR. REPLACEMENT
PARTS ARE ON ORDER AND TECHNICIANS ARE WORKING TO TRY TO BYPASS THE
PROBLEM. AT THIS TIME THERE IS NO ESTIMATE ON WHEN THE TRANSMITTER
WILL RETURN TO FULL OPERATIONAL SERVICE...BUT IT LIKELY WILL NOT BE
UNTIL SATURDAY AT THE EARLIEST. WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE.

OTHER TRANSMITTERS SERVING PARTS OF CENTRAL OHIO INCLUDE:

* KJY-68 IN CHILLICOTHE OHIO / FREQUENCY 162.500 MHZ
* WXJ-46 IN MIAMISBURG OHIO / FREQUENCY 162.475 MHZ
* KZZ-46 IN ATHENS OHIO / FREQUENCY 162.425 MHZ
* WWG-57 IN MANSFIELD OHIO / FREQUENCY 162.450 MHZ

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KURZ




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