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#16 Transcriptor Hydraulic Reference

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Overview
New 3mm lid as per 20/2/17
Badge, and one piece sidestrip bent with sharp corners
9'arm with cylindrical rotating counterweight
Drive belt speed guider with 2 horizontal plates (older types)
Connections, no print, just two resistors

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