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archer SWR/POWER meter question

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oldcb

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wanted to see if by chance any of you might have one of these meters, just bought one off the bay and there's a wire inside that needs re-soldered but i'm not quite sure at which spot, a pic of the meter in question, it dates frome the late 70's shack catalogs............
 

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Hello OldCB: Give this a try:

Micronta 520A SWR Meter

This isn't the exact model but should be real close, maybe you can see where the wire come from?!!
I think at one time you could get any schematic or owners manual from radio Shack.

Good luck

Jay in the Mojave
 

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Hello OldCB: Give this a try:

Micronta 520A SWR Meter

This isn't the exact model but should be real close, maybe you can see where the wire come from?!!
I think at one time you could get any schematic or owners manual from radio Shack.

Good luck

Jay in the Mojave
thanks jay, i'll take a look at it closer tomorrow and see if they're the same.............
 
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