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Old 6th Mar 2021, 9:21 am   #1
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Default Yaesu FRG7700 Illumination to Frequency Dial

So finally got round to a take down on this yesterday as starting to bug me a bit! Found Bulb in reflective shield with yellow wires and follows back to being connected to point where the signal display bulb is connected and that's all okay etc. Its just does anyone know of a suitably rated replacement or have a spare they would like to sell etc, be greatly helpful. Also takes a while before it seems to start to be reasonably useful for tuning search etc using and maintaining frequency count in line with the rotary encoder as centre but would it be worth a full recap or possible overhaul while I'm on the case of it in take down mode and cleaning up inside and out as looks like it's not been in the driest of environments!
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