airzone: Transfer 5 pics to Airzone Imp A120

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This article refers to the model: A101 Ch= 4A1C1 (Airzone (1931) Ltd.; Sydney)

? airzone: Transfer 5 pics to Airzone Imp A120 
28.Feb.19 08:52
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George Fornalski (AUS)
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George Fornalski

Hi, are you able to transfer 5 photos I submitted a few months ago which went to Airzone 4A1C1 and should have gone to Airzone Imp A120. My name is George Fornalski (ID=27471). The case of the radio is a Airzone Imp A120 and the chassis is a 4A1C1, so I was a bit confused with this but I have been informed that the photos are of a Airzone Imp A120. Hope you can help.

Cheers

George Fornalski

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airzone: Transfer 5 pics to Airzone Imp A120 
28.Feb.19 10:30
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Martin Kent (AUS)
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The problem here is that is no A120 Imp with a 4A1C1 chassis in Rmorg. Also because of scant service details we do not as yet know whether the early Imps had a 4A1C1 chassis or if someone had simply done a chassis swap. We need to look in this matter further.

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airzone: Transfer 5 pics to Airzone Imp A120 
01.Mar.19 01:16
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George Fornalski (AUS)
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George Fornalski

Thanks Martin for your prompt reply. I beleive the problem at the moment is that there are 5 photos of a Airzone Imp A120 radio on display in a Airzone Model 4A1C1 radio on RMorg. I know there is a question mark about the 4A1C1 chassis but one of the photos of the base of the case shows the label, which looks authentic, indicating a 4A1C1 chassis is inside the Imp A120 case. I appreciate that you are going to investigate this matter further but I am concerned that the 5 photos are being displayed in the incorrect page.

Cheers  George

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