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CP & HT volume controls

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arlojanis
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CP & HT volume controls

Postby arlojanis » Thu Oct 22, 2015 5:45 am

Motorola has changed the volume pot number from 1880619Z06 a 50K ohm to a 1880619Z09 20 ohm pot. Have you tried the 20 ohm pot in a radio? How did it work?
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Lake Effect
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Re: CP & HT volume controls

Postby Lake Effect » Fri Oct 23, 2015 6:20 am

I have used the z09 parts with no trouble. I have no z06 parts to check but the z09 measured slightly under 50K on my bench meter so I'm not sure where the 20 ohms comes from.

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