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Chiefy

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First of all hello and thanks for having me.
Wondered if anyone can direct me to somewhere that may have a part i've been desperately searching for?

Its a Toko part #686AIS-1056 0651J1056 or a suitable equivalent.

Any help greatly appreaciated.

Regards

Carl.
 

Chiefy

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You could try Toko's website, TOKO Inc.. You will find a notice about counterfeit Toko parts in circulation. Hope yours is not one of them.

First thing i did mate.

Approached Toko Europe and Toko Japan.

I'm normally pretty good at getting hard to find parts but this one has me stumped. even my contacts who specialise in this sort of thing haven't a clue.

Thanks anyway.
 

Nigel Goodwin

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First thing i did mate.

Approached Toko Europe and Toko Japan.

I'm normally pretty good at getting hard to find parts but this one has me stumped. even my contacts who specialise in this sort of thing haven't a clue.

If you mentioned what it was you might do better, a random part number not recognised by the manufacturer isn't much use.
 

Nigel Goodwin

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It's an audio LC helical filter and it is a kosher Toko part number.

I thought you said you're contacted Toko who didn't recognise it?.

Have you ever heard of 'in-house' numbers - where a manufacturer orders items from someone else (like Toko) and has their own part numbers provided for it. This could be the case, so Toko can't identify it, as it's not their part number.
 

Chiefy

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No i've contacted them but not had a reply yet. It is a Toko part although i cant be sure its current and not obsolete. BEC are looking into it for me as they are a Toko distributor.

If they cant hep me well its back to the techy guys at our end, as i'm just a lowly purchasing and procurement guy.
 

Chiefy

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Have you ever heard of 'in-house' numbers - where a manufacturer orders items from someone else (like Toko) and has their own part numbers provided for it. This could be the case, so Toko can't identify it, as it's not their part number.

Sorry i'll read the full post in future lol. :D

Yeah already checked this out. Looking at other brands of helical filters or should i say our technical guy is.
 

Chiefy

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Certainly looking that way 'Doh!' thing is we have to get them, but like i've argued if no one has them and no one can get hold of them what do you do?

I'm sure someone will have a few gathering dust in a corner but i've yet to find them.

Thanks for your suggestions, i'll keep plodding on.

cheers.
 

Nigel Goodwin

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Certainly looking that way 'Doh!' thing is we have to get them, but like i've argued if no one has them and no one can get hold of them what do you do?

Wind your own? - what are they for?, usual uses (in the distant past) were for filtering in very old CD players, or filtering in FM stereo decoders.
 
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