[AMRadio] Hardware for potentiometer


John E. Coleman (ARS WA5BXO) wa5bxo2005 at pctechref.com
Fri Aug 18 16:22:18 EDT 2006


Maybe I could manufacture nuts for pots, and those hard to find fixed carbon
4 watt resistors, and sell homemade jam on the side.

Probably do about as well as I do now! If I could get folks to return the
jars from the jam then I would not need transportation fuel to purchase new
ones.
HIHI

John

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If you find a good source you could start a business...maybe call it "The
Nut Case"! hi

Tom K3TVC


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "John E. Coleman (ARS WA5BXO)" <wa5bxo2005 at pctechref.com>
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Subject: [AMRadio] Hardware for potentiometer


> Ok so I found myself with out enough hardware.
>
> I have a 100K dual audio taper pot from Radio Shack and I lost the nut.
It
> is one for mounting in a 5/16 hole so I assume it is a 5/16 treaded sleeve
> with a 1/4 inch shaft but I can't find any hardware for it.
>
> Now I could just go buy another pot with hardware but after looking I find
> that I have other pots with no hardware and some of them are the same
> sleeve.  I have hardware for the bigger pots.  I guess you might say the
> standards.  Searching Google comes up with no hardware except for at
> Electronic Goldmine, where I bough a bunch that are to large.  Who makes
> this stuff, some far east company, and they secretly ship them to
> Switchcraft and other manufactures of potentiometers.
>
> John, WA5BXO
>
>
>
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