This is very much like what you have. Big difference is that this type has a cannon plug. Yours not. Both were even made by the same Company if I recall right. If you want a list of parts, I can post that too. But do not think its a big help.
So, what you want to know? It tells you how to check it. It tells you how it works in the system. It is a "Pluck and Chuck" Item. So The -24P will not show you what it looks like inside. If you really, really, really want to know before hand what it looks like, I think I can did up something...
We made them with telescope rods. So we could lower them when we drove around without a rear cover. Raise them them when the cover was on. We had an inner and out rod. Holes drilled through them and could change the hight when needed. Great idea for lights. Good job Ken.
My reserve unit was disbanded right when I retired. We are still extremely tight. We all chat often online and at least some of us attend reunions annually. I think we are a bit of an anomaly.
Na. Not really. I have close contact with guys I worked with in 1973, and haven't seen since then...
First, welcome! Second, you are in the groove. Even though you didn't RTFB to start with, you learned more about your set, fixing that I.P. then most folks will ever learn. So, good job! Its nice to hear a story like yours. Take care and be safe!
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