Collins Vhf-20a Transceiver Unit P/n 622-1879-002 on 2040-parts.com
Houston, Texas, United States
Condition:For parts or not workingBrand:COLLINSCountry/Region of Manufacture:United StatesManufacturer Part Number:622-1879-002UPC:Does not apply
COLLINS VHF-20A TRANSCEIVER UNIT P/N 622-1879-002.
UNIT COMES AS IT APPEARS ON THE LISTING PHOTOS WITH NO ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES INCLUDED.
UNFORTUNATELY IT IS MISSING T16 VDC THEREFORE IT'S BEING SOLD FOR PARTS OR REPAIR.
THE TRANSCEIVER HAS SOME SIGNS OF COSMETIC WEAR LIKE SCRATCHES, MARKS OR SCUFFS.
HANDLE IS LOOSE AS SHOWN ON PICTURES.
PLEASE READ THE DESCRIPTION AND VIEW PHOTOGRAPHS OF THIS UNIT CAREFULLY AND THOROUGHLY BEFORE MAKING ANY PURCHASE WE HAVE DESCRIBED THIS ITEM TO BEST OF OUR KNOWLEDGE INCLUDING ALL KNOWN AND VISIBLE FLAWS.
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On Mar-10-15 at 18:02:58 PDT, seller added the following information:
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