Fisher SA 1000 amp parts

Discussion in 'Fisher' started by geg167, Oct 12, 2017 at 10:05 AM.

  1. geg167

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    Hi everyone,
    I have Fisher SA1000 amp with missing doubel RCA input panel. Could anyone point me in the right direction. Perhaps someone has something similar in his stash :)))!
    Thank you!
     

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  2. vaathi

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    Did you mean RCA panel? You can install latest model RCA yourself. IF you want to maintain originality then surely someone here will have part or something similar to it.
     
  3. geg167

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    Yes, RCA. And yes, trying to keep it as much original as possible.
    Thank you!
     
  4. larryderouin

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    Can you post some front and top pic's of the SA-1000??

    DAMN! Someone did away with the DROOL Emoticon. Maybe they got tired of having to change the paper towel dispenser next to his/her keyboard!!!
     
  5. geg167

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    Hi Larry,
    Once I finish the restoration I will post the pics. Thank you!
     
  6. geg167

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    Larry here are the pics to satisfy that DROOL Emoticon. LOL
     

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  7. heyraz

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    That's an old style double RCA female jack. Old style because the two jacks are too close to fit 2 modern plugs into (as in left and right inputs).
    You should be able to scavenge them up somewhere or out of an old piece of equipment.
     
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    Thanks, the problem is I do not have any old equipment with that jack type!
     
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    NICE, Thank you!!! Hope the jacks are not too far apart, might not fit in.
     
  11. gadget73

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    Looks like factory ST-70 and a ton of other stuff. If I'd known you needed one I could have not mangled the one I removed last night from something and given it to you. Unfortunately the drilling operation did not quite go as planned.

    There are basically 2 types of those. One is the kind with 2 holes, all straight in line. The other is the kind with 4 holes, one on each corner. It looks like yours may be a 4 hole, but with only 2 rivets used on a diagonal. This is the other style

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/LOT-OF-VINT...185699?hash=item5444f564e3:g:oGcAAOSwjVVVsVuu

    no affil, not mine, etc
     
  12. heyraz

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    Gadget, you're right. My bad.
     
  13. geg167

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    Great. Thank you very much. This one should fit.
     

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