Scanned from the Selmer Electronics Sept 1963 Catalogue.
As I forgot to take a complete front-shot of this one, my friend Steve has kindly sourced the above advert. Next time one comes through I’ll take a photo and add it accordingly.
The famous Selmer “winking eye” close-up. I usually rewire these with the coloured rubber insulators on the pins. From new, these pins are usually covered with black insulating tape (although I have seen some with a plastic insulator on them)
but over time, the tape dries-up and comes off. If this happens and one puts one's hand inside of the
case with a view to adjust the position of the eye (they do move a bit over time
and with being transported in cars, vans etc) well…….there’s around 300 volts here, so I’m sure you can see where I’m coming from! Made safe now.