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Wanted to buy Philharmonic Scratch Suppressor switch. Think same switch was used on the Allwave 16 as well.


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Comment by John Chidgey on September 2, 2020 at 7:31pm

David: I have reached out to Mark, we'll see what he comes up with.

Kent: Thanks for keeping an eye out!

Comment by Kent King on September 2, 2020 at 6:39am

John - I do not have a spare...checked last night. Those do get broken, I get asked about them every couple years. I'll keep watch for a parts chassis to see if we can locate one.


Comment by David C. Poland on August 31, 2020 at 9:04pm

I take it your switch is missing or broken.  

The push-pull switch is  not uncommon, but the version with extra long shaft is uncommon. 

Yes, it is like the push-pull switch on a Scott model Sixteen.

You might try Mark Oppat

Meanwhile you could use any push-pull switch that fits the radio, and add a length of metal tubing that fits over the switch shaft as an extension. Or buy a rotary on-off switch with long shaft, perhaps from your local hardware store.   

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