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    Suunto transmitter o ring sizes

    I have a couple of old transmitters that I am thinking or connecting back to my kit. I am not paying 50 for someone to use a screwdriver.
    I know the battery size, not sure about the o rings. I think the sizes are 25 mm x 2mm and 9.25mm x 1.78 mm. Does anyone know for sure?
    Is there anything to beware of, such as being careful with the screws, which I suspect are self-tapping?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian@1904 View Post
    I have a couple of old transmitters that I am thinking or connecting back to my kit. I am not paying 50 for someone to use a screwdriver.
    I know the battery size, not sure about the o rings. I think the sizes are 25 mm x 2mm and 9.25mm x 1.78 mm. Does anyone know for sure?
    Is there anything to beware of, such as being careful with the screws, which I suspect are self-tapping?
    They sell kits of eBay for them - o-rings and battery and sometimes even the grease. On your head be it if you use them though (I might have used the odd one or 6 over the years). You might want to see if you can get your transmitters "fixed" as they did a recall on them a while ago. Maybe it will be worth it?
    The views expressed are my own, worth what you've paid for them, are not on behalf of anyone else and not those of any company I work for etc.


 

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