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Started by RB, February 01, 2021, 08:43:35 PM
Quote from: RB on February 13, 2021, 05:54:08 PMUpdate.The North dial could not be saved. Major bummer!!!! That is what caught my eye when I first saw it!I found this AE 60-c Dial, and it lines up with the mounting holes.So...new plan.Since I can't find another North Dial, It will be an AE 60-c. For now anyway.Can anybody tell me what politically correct Dials were used by SC on these phones?
Quote from: RB on February 13, 2021, 09:03:43 PMJackThe AE I have, has a PB2, and the 60-c painted on in red.
QuoteThats all I can find other than the AE inside the diamond raised logo stuff.
QuoteIt "seems", watch my wording, to be a common switch config.I have seen this config, on various dials.5 Blades. 2 for pulse, "often jumped to inner blade of 3 blade progressive stack".Stack lies open at rest, and outer blade descends onto mid blade, in off rest position, and mid blade surrendering to the weight of the outer blade, descends down to blade 3The short the receiver first then connect the transmitter thing, is that right?Anyway, I believe I could use diagram 2, or 4, with this dial.I will look into the, 6 is it? options you gave me.
QuoteI no nothing about any of those yet.And I have been trying to get a handle on dials for a while now!
QuoteWhat is the 411 on these MERCEDES dials???
Quote from: RB on February 14, 2021, 06:21:50 AM1. Size compared to an AE dial...
Quote2. Were they designed anything like the North, or something similar?
Quote3. Long Lasting, or easily worn out?
QuoteMy AE dial configuration, is exactly like yours.except that the switches are mounted on risers, not flat on a removable plate.If I can't find a 24, or 51 type, I will use this one.Unless, this IS a 24, or 51 type???