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. dear sirs

    can you help

    we would like to restore an old Eddystone radio receiver set

    circa late 1950

    thank you


    we also hace an old PYE radio circa lste 50’s

    • what is the model number of the Eddystone radio set you are trying to restore. There is a lot of information on this site.
      Chris G0EYO

  2. P Castle says:

    Dear Chris, clearing out my attic and came across and old eddystone radio receiver with the following number Z1/5820-99-199-2527 printed on the case. can you please advise what can be done with it and is it possible worth anything???


    P M C

    • I think this is a 730/4 as that is a military part number. Send me a picture to be sure g0eyo@blueyonder.co.uk . I sold one a few years ago for £150 in good condition very nice set. When we can confirm set details I will happily put it up on the For Sale part of the website

  3. The audio output transformer T5 in my EA12 has failed. Why may I obtain a replacement please? Bear in mind that I am in South Africa , Regards

  4. Dear Chris,
    I am just starting up a little company called Lindars Radios, we will be buying and selling all types of amateur radio equipment. Would it be at all possible please to have a one off mention on your site for your members.
    Kind Regards
    Justin Lindars M3JVL
    Site Address: http://www.AmateurRadioSales.co.uk

  5. steve halkyard says:

    Looking for on off volume switch for a Mark 2 Edometer, it was my father in laws Ron Drew who sadly passed away last would like to get it working and it will be up for sale

  6. Patrick Bradshaw says:

    Please do I have to have a Yahoo email account to join the group? I have tried but the software does not seem to co-operate.
    I own a 358x given me by Alan Strong G3WXI.
    Pat Bradshaw