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Help with a power cord for a courier 23

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Desertrecurve

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I received an ECI Courier 23 a few months back from a friend who found it in a house he moved into the problem is that it didn't have the power cord with it and I am unable to locate one through Google. Does anyone know when i can get one? or know of how I can make a diy cord for it? Thank you in advance.
 

JayMojave

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Hello: Look at the attached web site for CB Tricks, this is for the Courier 23 Plus, which might be real close to the Courier 23.

Courier 23 Plus

It is possible to look at this diagram and compare if with the Courier 23 Radio is wired the same, then a power cord can be made.

Good luck, let is know how you make out.

Jay in the Mojave
 

impalass427

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I checked my Sam's Photofact book on the Courier 23 and the connections are the same as a 23+. 120volt power goes to pins 4+5. and jump out pins 1,3+8. The hardest part will be to locate a 9 pin "tube" socket. I bought a Courier 23 new in 1967 and still have it and a collection of 13 more including a few Radio Shack TRC-X23 versions. One of the best Tube CBs ever made.
 
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