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Icom 706mkll acc plug

Discussion in 'Radio Circuits, Repair & Performance' started by AK4QQ, May 3, 2012.

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  1. AK4QQ

    AK4QQ Ham Member

    I am in need of the plug that fits into the acc jack of an Icom 706mkll don't need the Icom's expensive
    cable need the plug for a project.
    Any help with part nbr.,supplier would be helpful.
    Thanks Roger AK4QQ
     
  2. KB4QAA

    KB4QAA XML Subscriber

    It's a DIN 13. Call any ham vendor, or look in any electronics supplier catalog.
     
  3. KB8YVC

    KB8YVC Ham Member

  4. AK4QQ

    AK4QQ Ham Member

    Thanks for the help have cable with connector on order.

    Roger AK4QQ
     
  5. K0BG

    K0BG Platinum Subscriber

    Just for the record.....

    The plug is the same one used by Kenwood for several of its radios. Unlike the Icom supplied one, it doesn't have pigtails.

    The admonition about soldering is a good one. The best way is to use a very small tip, and low-melt solder (≈750°F).
     
  6. KA5IPF

    KA5IPF Subscriber

    The best way is to figure out which pins you are going to use, do it twice. And then cut off the rest. You will find the ones you need are scattered out and easy without the forest in the way.
     
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