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GE Mobile replacement channel display


Well-Known Member
Aug 4, 2017
Hi Everyone,
I have a GE 3-5825A on the bench and some segments are out in the display. Has anyone replaced one and know of a good part number

Thanks as always!!
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secret squirrel

Lustrous Potentate
Oct 5, 2008
Washington, PA
You may be working with some Unobtanium on your bench. If its not the resistors then you are following the correct logic in trying to find the display from a GE parts radio. Memory may not serve me correct, but I think that GE used some larger than average sized displays. I had the model that had a side mic and a slider for the mic gain, I always thought the display was bigger than on Cobra's or Unidens of the day. Best of Luck.


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Dec 25, 2017
Older Cybernet radios (G.E./Midland/Lafayette) used Common Cathode LED channel displays, where Uniden/Cobra/RCI/ etc... use Common Anode.
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