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The Collector wrote: 23 Jun 2021, 18:17
Edd200sx wrote: 22 Jun 2021, 21:46 Oh I see a band one
Yeah, most just have dots instead of the band letters ;)
Mines got fm a b c d

The modes are white lines
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I’ll have a few coming this week if anyone wants one
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I bought a Sadelta Nevada Coppa from a TM1 member a few years back. He'd picked up two and sold one to me.

It's a six band radio (basically a Dirland 3900 clone) that's locked onto the CEPT band so it's "legal" in France (the same as some of the later Jackson's and Grant's were). As with the NATO 2000 it has dot's on the mode selector and came supplied with a sticker to apply over said dot's.

Just curious as to whether any other radio's were manufactured in such a way.
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Edd200sx wrote: 29 Jun 2021, 12:39 I’ll have a few coming this week if anyone wants one
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Does the Nato 2000 currently on ebay happen to be wearing one of these said new stickers? ;)
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The Collector wrote: 02 Jul 2021, 21:18
Edd200sx wrote: 29 Jun 2021, 12:39 I’ll have a few coming this week if anyone wants one
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Does the Nato 2000 currently on ebay happen to be wearing one of these said new stickers? ;)
Couldn’t possibly say….
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I am pretty sure that some of them have the modes arranged differently to those on the stickers. Or did I imagine it?
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Mudslinger wrote: 11 Sep 2021, 21:59 I am pretty sure that some of them have the modes arranged differently to those on the stickers. Or did I imagine it?
I’ve only seen them done this way
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Edd200sx wrote: 13 Sep 2021, 20:54
Mudslinger wrote: 11 Sep 2021, 21:59 I am pretty sure that some of them have the modes arranged differently to those on the stickers. Or did I imagine it?
I’ve only seen them done this way
Mine's the same as on Edd's stickers above too.

I can't recall any different versions mode-wise, but I could well be wrong as I'm not into SSB stuff.
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Pretty sure that the one I had was different, but I don't have any pictures of it as I sold it.
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Hello Simon

Maybe this one

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That looks like it Claude. I wasn't going mad after all... :D
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14CS06 wrote: 14 Sep 2021, 20:18 Hello Simon

Maybe this one

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I'm pretty sure that's photoshopped. None of the Cybernet radios have lines going to the mode letters, but the Nato 2000 has lines if the mode sticker isn't on. The letters CW and FM are too far over to have been on a sticker. I think someone took a photo of the radio without the mode sicker on, then added the letters the wrong way around.
It wouldn't make sense for Cybernet to wire up the mode switch two ways round on the same model of radio.
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