ANTIQUE-RADIO-LAB
Welcome, please log-in to participate in this (your) forum, by logging in you agree to abide by the rules of this forum. Until you make your FIRST post you cannot PM a Member.
ANTIQUE-RADIO-LAB

Antique Radio Forum for Collectors antique-radio-lab.forumotion.com
 
HomeHome  RegisterRegister  Log inLog in  FAQFAQ  PublicationsPublications  SearchSearch  
Can't Log In?: 1st. thing is to clean out your cookies. if that doesn't work , click on Contact field.
Any other usage, ( other than registration or Login Help) will be ignored. For other questions go to our FAQs link above.

Share | 
 

 Found an Airline 6 tuber

Go down 
AuthorMessage
Cliff Jones
Site Administrator
Site Administrator
avatar

Join date : 2010-11-22

PostSubject: Found an Airline 6 tuber   May 4th 2012, 8:21 pm

No info but its a tombstone, AC set, 3 gang cap, looked on RadioMuseum through all 300 models there, and nothing I can see. No model # it uses the old 2 number tubes.Anyone have a Clue as to model number?
6 tubes
3 gang condenser,
Power transformer, and tubes are 24A , 2ea GY-227, GX-280, 247, GY-551, Dial is 1/8 circle Metal frame with the word Airline and it has a celluloid dial that is numbered 100 to 0 , (100 on the left and 0 on the right) has a moving straight wire station selector (no pointer with an arrow style)
Rounded Top cabinet, 3 knobs one of them missing (Tuner knob of course) with broken shaft. Has two wedge shaped pillars going up the front about halfway. No fancy scroll work.
Serial number 23210

It has a metal ID plate that mentions to remove to access fuse. It has a ton of patent numbers and, says RCA-Hazeltine-Latour-Patents.
There is a place for Model number but its blank and so is volts and watts on the plate also but no stamped numbers other than serial number.
Says set for 110V 50-60 AC cycle AC current can be moved to 120V
It has an electromagnet Magnavox speaker model #144 it may be an 6-8inch speaker. No other Marks ink or otherwise.
This was posted on ARF

_________________
I'm a Science Thinker, Radio Tinkerer, and all around good guy. Just ask Me!
Back to top Go down
copain
Senior Member 75+ Posts
Senior Member 75+ Posts


Join date : 2011-12-28

PostSubject: Re: Found an Airline 6 tuber   October 7th 2013, 1:57 pm

Pictures would help identify this unit.
Back to top Go down
 
Found an Airline 6 tuber
Back to top 
Page 1 of 1
 Similar topics
-
» Help Me Understand....why a undiscovered room is found in a house!!!
» Atlantis found?
» I think I found my new migraine trigger...
» Help, Found Husband Secret Photos Of Another Woman!
» YOGI LOST/FOUND & WHITE GLOVES DREAMS

Permissions in this forum:You cannot reply to topics in this forum
ANTIQUE-RADIO-LAB :: Radio Repair Bench :: Radios -Tube type-
Jump to: