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Sams Photofacts #41 info needed
TELL MEWhat is said in #41 about batteries needed to run a lafayette dyna com 23 CB radio. Can someone put a pic of pages saying battery install info. Radio is strange. LOOKS LIKE IT TAKES 12 BATTERIES BUT THEY ARE A BIT TOO TIGHT to fit . Some say it take 10 reg aa batteries with spacers and 12 recharables without spaces. Some say it takes 8 batteries. What the deal on this radio. Can't even find the right manual anywhere. See radio pics
 

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Sams Photofacts #41 info needed
TELL MEWhat is said in #41 about batteries needed to run a lafayette dyna com 23 CB radio. Can someone put a pic of pages saying battery install info. Radio is strange. LOOKS LIKE IT TAKES 12 BATTERIES BUT THEY ARE A BIT TOO TIGHT to fit . Some say it take 10 reg aa batteries with spacers and 12 recharables without spaces. Some say it takes 8 batteries. What the deal on this radio. Can't even find the right manual anywhere. See radio pics
EBAY 2 DAYS 13 HOURS $6.60 Item number: 160768448194

THIS WILL ANSWER ALL YOUR QUESTIONS.

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