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Old 29-01-15, 03:13
David Dunlop David Dunlop is offline
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Default 19 Set Cable Gasket

Does anyone know when that strange conical rubber gasket on the A Set and B Set output cables is actually put to use? It is usually fitted close to the Pye connector on the end of the cable that does not have the brown ID sleeve, but clearly is capable of being slid along the cable as needed.

It does not look like it is intended for when the cables are fed through any of the canvas set covers. Looks more like it is for protecting the cables when they need to be routed through a metal box or cover.

Sorry. I have looked at them for over 40 years. Finally had to ask.

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