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Old 30th Jun 2020, 1:53 pm   #1
Alf Fisher
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Default PCR3 Inspection Stamps

Hi all,

We know about the inspection stamps that appear on PCR receivers like MW for Mitcham Works. These models were made with the yellow rubber wiring that after 75 years, has gone brittle and drops off leaving bare wires.

I am enquiring about a PCR3 receiver that was originally made in 1944 but was re-manufactured in 1958 and bears the inspection stamp WRMW.

Please can anyone tell me which company was WRMW.
Thanks in advance.

Alf
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