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Raytheon 80 VHF

I have a old Raytheon 80 VHF I would like to put back into use. Ican not locate the two prong power connector for it. Can youhelp?

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Try raymarine in nh if thy don`t have email me at n1kbz5@yahoo.com
there are two types of connector that goes to that radio i will need te see a pic of the back of the radio
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Look for harness connectors at St.Vincent DePaul

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