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PostSubject: schmatic for a Crosley   2013-08-19, 8:32 pm

I have a Crosley with no model Number. It is a five tuber,12SA7, 12SK7, 12SQ7,50L6 and a 35Z5. The two numbers on the chassis are, printed is 1526 and stamped into the metal is 573296. Can anyone help?

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PostSubject: Re: schmatic for a Crosley   2013-08-19, 10:04 pm

A picture would help.

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PostSubject: Re: schmatic for a Crosley   2013-08-20, 5:26 am

Here are the pictures of the Crosley Radio. One is of the cabinet, one is the radio chassis and the other is the 35Z5 socket where the coil of wire is. Between pins 6 and 8. Pin 8 is the cathode.

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PostSubject: Re: schmatic for a Crosley   2013-08-20, 10:30 am

I don't see any pictures???????

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PostSubject: Re: schmatic for a Crosley   2013-08-20, 3:48 pm

Do you have a copy of [i]The Locator[i]? It is a big help when you have manufacturer and a tube line-up but no model number. It narrows down your search quite quickly. You can also check Radio Attic's Archives (Google) for a matching photo. As a matter of fact, these two references helped me identify positively the Airline 62-367 I posted about just yesterday.
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PostSubject: Radio ID   2013-08-20, 5:18 pm

Thanks for the info. I will make a note it. Gee, the amount of paper you have to have to keep up with this stuff!! I have a file for a bunch of different things radio related.

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PostSubject: Radio ID   2013-08-20, 5:24 pm

Just went to the Radio Attic, and found the radio that I have. It is a Crosley 56TV, (1949). Thanks a bunch for the info. Now I can get a schematic for it.

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