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1 Ea Hamilton Standard Power Transformer Used On Various Aircraft P/n: 780780 on 2040-parts.com

US $50.00
Location:

Bloomingdale, Illinois, United States

Bloomingdale, Illinois, United States
USED, SERVICEABLE GOV'T SURPLUS
Brand:HAMILTON STANDARD Compatible Make:5950-01-196-9440 Manufacturer Part Number:780780 Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Warranty:No

THIS IS FOR 1 EA HAMILTON STANDARD POWER TRANSFORMER USED ON VARIOUS AIRCRAFT.  

USED, SERVICEABLE GOVERNMENT SURPLUS CONDITION

P/N: 780780

NSN: 5950-01-196-9440

MFR: HAMILTON STANDARD

*IT IS THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE BUYER TO HAVE UNIT RE-TESTED / RE-CERTIFIED PRIOR TO ANY INSTALLATION OR USE.*

SHIPPING COST ADJUSTED FOR MULTIPLE QUANTITY PURCHASE

SOLD AS-IS .  

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