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Uniselector wanted

Postby slotalot » Sat Nov 07, 2015 9:27 pm

Hi, I am restoring an electro-mechanical machine for a friend, and am looking for a uniselector. :cool:

It must be a Siemens 15A uniselector. The ones made by Strowger will not do for this job. :tut (see photo)

It needs to have 25 stops and at least 6 rows of contacts. !!THUMBSX2!!

If anyone has one to spare please PM me with details. !!JUNK!!
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Re: uniselector wanted

Postby badpenny » Sun Nov 08, 2015 11:03 am

Hi Stu .........

I've got two, however I don't know what make or spec they are.

I'm hopping around with one arm in a sling at the moment.

Naturally the box containing the said "beasties" is in my garage and will necessitate the moving of .....
* A compressor
* 4 project bandits
* Harley Davidson
* Goliath (Bryans) crane

So if it's alright with you, could you wait and see if anyone else has one before I coerce She Who Must Be Obeyed into pulling her weight around here for a change? :-(

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Re: uniselector wanted

Postby slotalot » Sun Nov 08, 2015 5:51 pm

Hello my dear friend. :cool:
I hope said arm is mending after your spot of self restoration. :oops:
Thanks for being the first to offer help. As for S.H.M.B.O. moving heavy boxes? I would never be brave enough to suggest such a thing ^{}^ unless of course she is reading this and feels very very sorry for me !!VIOLIN!! ............. !PIGSFLY!

I hope it is not too long before you are back to full fitness and able to lift a glass with either hand. !!CHEERS!!
Regards from the wet and windy north. :D

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Re: uniselector wanted

Postby badpenny » Sun Nov 08, 2015 6:16 pm

Oh bugger! ... I was looking forward to you popping down for a cup of coffee and me having my garage tidied up whilst you searched them out :lol:

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Re: Uniselector wanted

Postby slotalot » Sat Nov 21, 2015 1:35 pm

!SOFA! I am still on the lookout for a Siemens 15A uniselector if anyone has one to spare !!ANYONE!! !!PLEASE!!
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Re: Uniselector wanted

Postby badpenny » Sat Nov 21, 2015 4:28 pm

Alright chap, I'll bite the bullet and go mining tomorrow (I promise) If you don't hear from me within a day or so please feel free to comment to somebody .... anybody where I was last headed.

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Re: Uniselector wanted

Postby slotalot » Sat Nov 21, 2015 4:59 pm

!THUMBS! !!CHEERS!! !WORSHIPFULL! !!HOORAY!!

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Re: Uniselector wanted

Postby badpenny » Sun Nov 22, 2015 4:07 pm

I have returned, yet I feel my discoveries were not up to expectations.
I have two of these ...........
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Re: Uniselector wanted

Postby slotalot » Sun Nov 22, 2015 10:19 pm

Hi Jeremy :cool:
Thanks for taking the time to go out on a cold day to do some foraging on my behalf, it is most appreciated **xXx**
They look quite useful little selectors and I could think of a few ways to use them, but sadly not on the machine I am trying to fix :oops: I will just have to keep looking, I am sure the one I am after will turn up at some point and the machine will run once again :D
Best regards, see at Coventry.. :tarah:

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Re: Uniselector wanted

Postby badpenny » Sun Nov 22, 2015 10:46 pm

Would it help if I painted them a different colour?

Not to worry, you know where they are when you need them.


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