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PostSubject: Wanted Schematic for Sleeper Mod 60 Radio   2014-04-13, 6:56 pm

Greetings, I need a schematic and any instructions for a five tube Sleeper Model 60, battery operated radio. I have only one tube which is a 01A ST style tube. I would assume it takes the Globe style tubes. Cunningham or equivalent

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PostSubject: Re: Wanted Schematic for Sleeper Mod 60 Radio   2014-04-13, 8:44 pm

That's a difficult schematic to find.
The Original tubes are listed here in the following link with pictures.
If you click on the listed tube it will show which are replaceable.
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PostSubject: Re: Wanted Schematic for Sleeper Mod 60 Radio   2016-02-29, 7:03 pm

Seems to be the 5 tubes that this set used are all UX201A  . According to Radio Museum.
Have you had any Luck? on the Schematic?
So any tube with the number 01A should work. they are all triodes, 5 volt .25 amp filament, .

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