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Working on a Canadian Philco which looks exactly like a US 41-95T. There is a mechanical flap to indicate off/on, a cam on the switch shaft with a bolt head to anchor a looped cord, but no cord is connected to the flap to activate it. I have another similar radio where it is direct-driven, but this one appears to use a cord and springs I assume, to work. I’ve asked around other sites as well but haven’t got a lot of info that I can apply to this radio. Anyone have such a radio, and willing to check how it is connected via a cord?
One suggestion was to wrap the cord around the switch shaft as part of the function, but that doesn’t seem to work.
Found a youtube video that showed how the cord makes a 3-point loop on the tab, and anchored with a spring. I’m amazed at the information available if you can find the right key search words.
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