MTH Speaker Part Number

Hello I have a PS2 GP40 number 20-2422-1 that has very distorted sounds. looking on the forum leads me to believe the speaker is failing. This is a 5 volt PS2 system that takes a 16 ohm speaker. MTH does not have a parts breakdown on this engine. Would anyone the correct p/n for this unit?

Thanks

Mark

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They are all going bad.  The replacement is BF-0000033.  I am sure someone who sells parts on the forum has them.  If not, I am sitting on many.  Please try a forum seller as your first choice.  Doing repairs, I get to see many flaking speakers from the 5 volt system.   While you are at it, dump the white battery if it still exists and replace with a new green 8.4 volt battery.

 

 

TCA-79-13758

T.T.O.S.-3057

LCCA-28444

LOTS-RM-4833

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What was the rating on the RS speaker?

 

 

TCA-79-13758

T.T.O.S.-3057

LCCA-28444

LOTS-RM-4833

MTH Railroaders Club-17209

MTH DCS and Wi-Fi  Beta Tester

MTH Factory  Certified Technician-6 schools.   Repair Technician #990284

LIONEL Factory Trained Certified  Repair Technician #10140

Member Mid America 3 Railers and NJ HiRailers

 

 

 

It should be listed on the speaker magnet.  Normally PS-1 and horn whistle were 8 ohms.  PS-2 5V are 16ohm and the PS-2 3V and PS-3 4 ohms.  G

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