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Chris Pettitt
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Birmingham B47 5BS

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172 Comments


  1. Chris Reed says:

    Hi,
    Is it possible to get some service information on the1650/2/A RX.
    I’ve just picked up a non working unit in a sk sale and trying to get it back up and running.
    Service and operating manuals would be a great help and any the specification of this series if available.

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    • chris says:

      Chris, I dont have a copy of the service manual for the 1650/2 version. It might be worth contacting Ian Nutt who does the Eddystone spares. iandcnutt@msn.com he has printed versions of some of the manuals and may be able to help.
      Regards
      Chris G0EYO

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  2. Wanted an output transformer for s750,and a spool pully

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  3. Joe Watson says:

    I put a pair of 830 receivers into operation several years ago. I really enjoyed those radios. They were very nice and were excellent for SWL.

    I now have acquired a good looking 680X and rather than tear it up searching for the secret for removing the chassis from the cabinet, I thought I should ask someone who knows. I took the 4 screws out of the back corners of the cabinet. What do I need to do to allow the chassis to slide forward out of the cabinet?

    Many thanks for your help.

    W5WBR Oklahoma, USA

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    • chris says:

      Have a look in the Techincal/Restoration section of the web site where there is an article on restoring the 680X. I think the answer is place front down on its handles, remove rear knurled nut screws? and gently separate case from chassis using carefully placed screwdriver.
      Chris G0EYO

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      • chris says:

        I see there is even a YouTube video you can watch which shows you how to do it. all on the website
        Chris

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  4. Mandy says:

    Hi Chris,

    I am looking for one small dial ( part number 3147 P ) for my Eddystone Radio Model 659.
    would appreciate any feedback. Thanks.

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