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Old 1st Jun 2019, 11:27 am   #1
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Dear Radio friends,

I have a small collection of ex military receivers and a month ago I found a R109 and a PCR receiver.
They were not used for at least 30 years and look unmolested.
The PCR is missing the power supply unit.
The R109 is missing the 6 volt plug and lead.
The R109 vibrator is buzzing and the red light is working but it seems there is no HT going into the receiver. I need to do some more measurements.
Parts for these receivers are hard to find I think but I'll give it a go in the wanted section.

Kind regards from the Netherlands, Jarne / Haddock
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Old 1st Jun 2019, 1:19 pm   #2
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Welcome to the forum,both the R109 and PCR will need a good bit of work before working to a good standard.
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