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Posted by: leo2007

03/01/2007, 17:40:12

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hello i am looking for a (one or two pieces)replacement screw for a voice recorder sanyo TRC 1195, the sanyo part number is: 411 099 0701 the description: SCR PAN PCS 1,7x3 black (silver is acceptable, and then the P/N becomes: 411 019 9807).
could anyone tell me the signification of: PCS? (SCR=screw and PAN is for a phillips PAN head type of screw)- who knows if the thread is an american type, or a european type compatible. i have not found the related pertinent standart for that screw (dimensions are in millimeters)this is a very small screw!thanks for help- posted on march 1st 22:39 GMT







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Posted by: scalarcharge

03/02/2007, 13:44:42

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That could be a M1.7x3 which is a small metric screw. (sometimes commas are used instead of decimals) PCS usually stands for "pieces". If you are gettin this information from a product manual my guess would be for that.

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Posted by: leo2007

03/02/2007, 17:54:22

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hello, thank you for reply. you are right, the comma is from the TRC1195 service manual (part list), and 1,7 must be read in english 1.7 (mm). it seems to be clear that the thread is metric. the problem is that no harware supplier questioned either in france or in others neibouring countries is currently able to locate that screw. they have found -from the DIN84A standard (germany):1.6mm diameter with a 3mm length,and a thread=0.35, also the next diameter:2mm thread=0.40.
the ISO standard (7045) begins with a 2mm diameter.
i will try to ask a watch repair shop...







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Posted by: randykimball
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03/01/2007, 23:11:07

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I'd seek out a radio/electronics hobbiest or an older HAM (radio operator). These people tend to have bins, drawers, jars, or cabinets with a large assortment of screws salvaged from all kinds of electronics gadgets. This would give you a chance to replace the screw and meet an interesting person that may be able to help you and other ways related to your voice recorder.




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Posted by: leo2007

03/02/2007, 06:12:04

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hello, thank you for reply; it seems that the thread could be "metric", but this kind of very small screw is out of the ISO standards i know (ISO 7045)and probably not listed in the US standards. it's called a "phillips" screw, but what "phillips" is standing for or coming from?
still: PCS means?
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03/03/2007, 16:30:47

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"phillips" only relates to the kind of slot in the head, that is the cross slot using a cross shaped screw driver head with a point... are you playing with us?




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03/03/2007, 19:24:13

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hello, i apologies if you think i am playing. i am just entering as a newcomer the screws domain, since i have to clarify somme data about a (japanese?) small screw i need for my sanyo voice recorder. (and with no sanyo representative able to help around)
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Posted by: randykimball
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03/04/2007, 14:20:17

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No apology necessary, I ment no bad intent, I was just surprised that your did not know what a philips screw was. It never occured to me that it may not translate well into a different language. I thought perhaps the screw question was for hummor.

Be assured, I wish you the best luck in finding that screw. If you were here, I'm thinking that in all my boxes, and drawers of screws I'd have one, and would be delighted one of them went to a good use.

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03/04/2007, 14:58:48

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all right, thanks-
i didn't know the origin of that name: "phillips" (with 2 l)i understand now that a such print on a head of a screw is what is called a "cruciforme" print here("cruciforme" is from "the cross" in latin language)in addition, i know very well the PHILIPS Company (netherlands) i have worked in that group for 10 years, but i didn't see any relationship with a "line" of screws/screwdrivers...
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i am still hunting a sanyo service point..







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