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No. If they are coils of 22 or 24 gauge wire- no. They would still be potentially usable if the varnish has not carbonized.
If these were common to ground as pass filters and the same size, they should be 47 micro henry. If they were the IF cans- scrap the radio. The amount of work involved is more than the radio is worth. In large part because there is more than just those parts involved.
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There is a possibility there were two versions- pre and post 40 channel
Posted on Feb 25, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sorry I am so far away but sound like the clarifier is open, that is it works on transmit. As you talk to your friends try to move the clarifier a bit at a time to see if it will track with them.
Posted on Feb 13, 2010
Testimonial: "thanks i will try that i am not used with working just the clarifier thanks for answering my problem"
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