[AMRadio] BTA-1R2


John Wright n1fcu at yahoo.com
Tue May 23 16:37:11 EDT 2006


If you want I can take a close up photo of mine and
Email it to you. 



--- Rick Brashear <rickbras at airmail.net> wrote:

> To all owners or those familiar with the BTA-1R
> series of transmitters:
> 
> The "Power Raise/Lower" variable resistor (1R405) is
> connected to the 
> motor unit which turns it when switch #1S202 is
> operated.  The 
> connection between the motor and the rheostat on
> mine is gone and I 
> can't seem to find a legible picture showing exactly
> how the two 
> circular pieces (the one the motor and the one on
> the resistor) connect 
> together.  Mine had a make shift piece of felt held
> securely by a 
> radiator hose clamp at one time, but this too was
> broken.  Can someone 
> take a look at their 1R  and let me know how they
> are really supposed to 
> be connected.  It appears that this may have had
> some kind of slip type 
> clutch arrangement originally, but I could be way
> off base on that.
> 
> Any help and advice will be greatly appreciated.
> 
> 73,
> Rick/K5IZ
> 
> 
> 
> 
>
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