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Old 12-29-2006, 12:55 PM
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Default Backlight replacement on the pro-2052

Just found out that the pro-2052 I bought used has a blown bulb that works as the backlight. Checked it with a multimeter and it blown (5.28 volts in none out, removed it and ohmed it out and its open). I've got the repair manual for it but doesn't list any info for it. So trying to find out what to replace it with. Thanks

Edit think I found it. Its listed as a pilot light (?)PL-105 part#BPLY0105001

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I am not sure, but would this be the part & cat #:
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PL001                   10791416  LAMP,PILOT 8V 0.2A         L0200
I found that on this parts sheet:
http://support.radioshack.com/suppor...oc57/57916.htm
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Old 12-29-2006, 1:10 PM
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I am not sure, but would this be the part & cat #:
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PL001                   10791416  LAMP,PILOT 8V 0.2A         L0200
I found that on this parts sheet:
http://support.radioshack.com/suppor...oc57/57916.htm

Thanks I'll do some googling and see what they both turn up..thanks
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well on my way to radioshack to see what they have instock. Although unable to cross reference the numbers believe them both to be the same.
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Just got back all they had instock that would work was a 6volt 25mA lamp. Soldered it in works fine....incase someone else need some infi its part number 272-1140 on the package.
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