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Old 18th June 2020, 09:20
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Re: Jet panel?

Here come the dimensions (L,w, h) in cm :
17/10/5,5.
There is a lever at left side.
Nothing more alas.

Thanks for any guess.

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Old 18th June 2020, 12:58
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Re: Jet panel?

If the lever at the "left" side is the same lever referred to on the plate ("TURN LEVER TO RESET") then the plate needs to be turned 180 degrees so the arrow points to the lever.
If the lever is actually on the side of the box I am not sure how this would be mounted "flush" in an instrument panel. Does the lever move and does it appear it would "reset" anything? Maybe this is just some sort of control panel used for training a pilot. The pilot is seated in something like a Link Trainer and this panel is part of the controls used by the instructor to set up the Trainer for a In-Air-Refueling exercise. Or maybe it is used to train the refueling operators (I don't know what their panels might look like).
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Old 18th June 2020, 17:28
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Re: Jet panel?

No, the lever in question is the one at left (so upside on the pic), with a spring control. I am afraid, as the box, this is an empty case... Nevermind, thanks for watching.

Please Gents have your attention to next topic, perhaps it has a connection with this item...?

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