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Old 22nd Aug 2019, 8:01 pm   #1
Join Date: Aug 2019
Location: Leeds, West Yorkshire, UK.
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Default Hacker Hunter rear grille

I recently bought my first ever vintage radio: a lovely Hacker Hunter. I'd heard that the plastic grille/vent on the back is well known for falling off and going missing. Sure enough, my unit was missing it.

I found the following product on Amazon which fits almost perfectly:

It's white so I painted it black like the original (sorry for the rubbish photo). It looks a bit different to the original but I think it does the job so hopefully this might be of use to somebody out there.
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