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 Posted: Mon Oct 21st, 2019 12:33 am
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Chris A. Campbell
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Have a small quantity of these currently and going forward may cast as needed. The Emerson 19xxx,16xxx,21xxx will be available maybe late November and made to order. 

Each is an exact reproduction, kiln fired, glazed and then re-kilned.

As with the early porcelain bases these are glazed on the face and sides. Exception will be the 19xxx, 21xxx,16xxx having an overall matte finish.

1. Diehl triangular switch $75
2. Early Emerson 2 speed $50
3. Mid Emerson (19xxx,16xxx,21xxx) $50




Shipping $8 by usps flat rate. Can deliver to Geoffs in Nov. (Saturday only)

On hand have 3-4 each of the Diehl and Emerson 2 speed. 

























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 Posted: Mon Oct 21st, 2019 11:50 am
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Safe to assume that the 19xxx, 21xxx,16xxx bases are NOT compatible with a 29646?

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 Posted: Mon Oct 21st, 2019 01:28 pm
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NM Whitney Jr. wrote: Safe to assume that the 19xxx, 21xxx,16xxx bases are NOT compatible with a 29646?
Generally many of these have holes which will align, but considering how common a 29646 switch is you are best to just find one from a donor or reach out to Tom Newcity and see if he has one rebuilt, which in themselves are miniature works of art. 


The 3 switch bases I have are generally broken or missing and would be a starting point to rebuild from or swap components.

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 Posted: Mon Oct 21st, 2019 04:24 pm
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Chris,
Will the Emerson 2 speeds work with a PI-241?  If so, I'm in.

Thanks,

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Brad Hughes wrote: Chris,
Will the Emerson 2 speeds work with a PI-241?  If so, I'm in.

Thanks,


Possibly. The PI241 started off with a manual start with a 3rd contact to engage start winding. If yours has a manual start then it will not work for you. 

Towards the end the PI241 production they had a centrifugal start with two speeds and two contacts and this set up carried over into the 910 and then 1510 as well as the Trojan. In that case it would work if your pi241 is centrifugal start.

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 Posted: Mon Oct 21st, 2019 05:20 pm
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Does this help?

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pi-241 tAG.jpg

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Works of art. Nice job Chris...……..Dan H.

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Chris are you going to reproduce Tank switches? Many that I have run across are cracked, might be a good candidate?  I will supply a good one if there’s a demand for them.

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Rick Powell wrote: Chris are you going to reproduce Tank switches? Many that I have run across are cracked, might be a good candidate?  I will supply a good one if there’s a demand for them.

Tank switch bases would consume much more material and feel the cost would be prohibitive. I'd estimate them at 800 grams vs the above at 225-275 grams 

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Brad Hughes wrote: Does this help? Brad , show us a picture of the back of the ,motor. That will tell whether the rotor has a start switch on it or not.

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