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PostSubject: Finding old Radios   July 4th 2012, 12:03 pm

Two 1920,s radios, three valve each, triodes 2 volt heaters Dc. 120 volt Dc, powered when new, by large ht battery, and a accumalator 2 Volt, Grid Bias 9 Volt. One of them needs a lot of work, cabinet wise its been stored in a damp shed, the other i powered up and, it needs a new grid leak resistor....these came for pennies....regards.....Alan. ps will post pics later.

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PostSubject: Re: Finding old Radios   August 3rd 2012, 8:47 pm

waiting to see!

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