Scott, I've replaced that part on a couple of Hygain rotors, including the
T2X. There's not an abundance of wire, but enough to do the job with no
----- Original Message -----
From: "Scott Robbins" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Saturday, May 03, 2008 11:44 AM
Subject: [TowerTalk] How about a little T2X rehab help?
> I've got a T2X recently acquired used that has a terminal strip on the
> badly corroded from exposure, to the point where 4 of the 8 screws are
> frozen solid and will not budge despite WD-40, screwdrivers, and a lot of
> begging on my part :-)
> Assuming I can get the screws on each side of the terminal strip loose
> have not tried yet), is there enough slack with internal wiring to take
> screws out, pull the terminal strip up and out without actually going in
> opening up the housing of the rotator? Or am I going to have to pull it
> I can't really tell from looking at the pics in the manual. In any case,
> part is going to definitely need replacing...
> Thanks in advance,
> Scott W4PA
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