...must be similar and sure glad I asked! The parts I was prying on stay with the radio so if I had kept doing what I was doing, I certainly would have brokenweightdn
If it's like a '570, push on the top rear of the connector while pulling it out of the connector on the rig. Pushing on the top rear should release the latchk4tl
I know, dumb question but... Trying to get the power cord off a friend's TS-590 so I can ship it. I didn't put the cable on so have no prior knowledge of it.weightdn
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PHOTO NOTE: This is a blown surge absorber, used on the 850 antenna lead, on the small circuit board, rear center of rig under the filter unit cover that is held on with 7 small sheet metal screws. Check yours today. This one got so hot it melted the glass envelope, which is supposed to be cylidrical, and clear in color. Prevented massive damage to the rig however. DE K0ZL
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