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Old 12th Jan 2022, 8:28 pm   #1
telstar
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Default K.B MR10 drive cord rewind

Whilst trying to put a new drive cord on my K.B MR10 radio, I came unstuck with trying to get 3 turns around the tuning spindle. Then I discovered that there were 2 screws situated on the metal backing scale. Luckily I had a 4BA nut spinner tool that released these nut type screws and this made the job a whole lot easier to rethread the cord.
It sounds a bit obvious, but it is just a tip for anyone who is new to the hobby.
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