Eddystone User Group

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You can contact the Eddystone User Group by writing to

Chris Pettitt
EUG Webmaster
23 Dark Lane
Birmingham B47 5BS

Or by email g0eyo@blueyonder.co.uk

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  1. Bob Harrison says:

    Hi Chris,
    I have just obtained a 770r MK2 and I was wondering if you know what type of plug is required for the speaker connection, I am reluctant to change it as the radio is pretty much original.



    • I dont Bob but you may get a reply from a reader on here.Otherwise ask on the eddystone user group yahoo forum that seems to get answers quickly

  2. Michael Donnellan says:

    Hi Chris,

    I have an EB35 (serial 1579) the FM band stopped working in it’s early days but was not missed as the radio came to sea with me and also to Nigeria shore based.
    In the 90’s a work colleague who was a radio ham; offered to to try and sort the problem without success.
    Time has moved on and I wondered if there was any possibility of replacing the module (6940) or having another try at fixing it. I intend to study Gerry O’Hara’s article to glean some info. but my radio knowledge is limited to assembling a couple of kit receivers in the early 60’s.
    Any pointers would be much appreciated.

    Kind regards,

    Michael Donnellan

  3. Urbain UREEL says:


    I have a 670A in pretty good condition…. but since a few years it remained silent. I noticed a couple of soldering have loosened…around the resistor. Does anyone have photographs of this part, so I can fix it? I am not exactly an electronics expert, but know what to do and not to do anyway.

    Thanks a lot.