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Ad Number:1534187
Date Placed:04/08/21
Name:MARK A. CLAY Sr.
Phone Number:304-697-0527
Callsign:KD8FZH
Category:MISC
Heading:Wanted: Kenwood TS 830 Knob
Ad Message:Hi, I am looking for a Kenwood TS 830 VFO Knob and back round silver colored collar. I have the VFO. However, the knob for the TS 530 will not fit the shaft on the 830 VFO. Therefore, if I use it, then a knob for that VFO will need to be utilized.
For anyone who may not know: The TS 830 VFO will work when connected to a TS 530 Kenwood, and function just fine.
However, the shaft on the TS 830 Kenwood VFO is too large for the TS 530 knob to fit on.
I do not wish to risk drilling (drilling) out the know I have to place onto the 830 VFO.
It may go bad, and I might have to go back to using the one I have.
I am replacing it due to wobble and play in the VFO assembly drive.
Note: This is the knob needed for the internal VFO.

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