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Re: [Amps] Alpha 76 case screws

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Subject: Re: [Amps] Alpha 76 case screws
From: KA4INM radio <>
Date: Thu, 04 Dec 2014 21:26:03 -0500
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  On 12/04/14 20:39, Charlie K1XX Carroll wrote:

Does anyone know the type of screw used in the sides of the Alpha 76?
It's a 6-32, stainless with some sort of a flat head .  RF Concepts
doesn't have a clue.  I have a picture if someone can help ID it.

  In America "flat headed" machine screws go in a countersunk hole,
while in England countersunk headed" machine screws go in a countersunk
hole.  "Flat headed" machine screws are commonly made with one of three
countersunk angles.
  Very flattened pan headed like machine screws are commonly called
"flat headed" machine screws.

  I would recommended looking over the selection at:

and see if the proper named can be discovered.
  Ron  KA4INM - Youvan's corollary:
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