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Dan Walker



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PostSubject: Northern Electric C 800   2017-06-19, 8:35 am

This is a Very large tombstone radio measuring 22 inches tall. It has the original grill cloth , but it is missing one original knob, which I happen to have. I have to replace the transformer, but there are not too many of these around, so it will get the full treatment,
chassis and cabinet.
   The face does not have a dial, but a Rotating disk that lights from behind to indicate the stations and bands. Since it is Canadian I will restore  it and keep it.

  Dan in Calgary
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PostSubject: Re: Northern Electric C 800   2017-06-19, 9:26 am

That sure will be a museum collectible. It looks like it has an RF stage as I see a third variable cap stage.
Wow 190 KHz to 22Mhz, full coverage.

Here's the schematic, Clic here for PDF Schematic

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PostSubject: Re: Northern Electric C 800   2017-06-19, 2:37 pm

Mighty clean chassis.  That one will be a beauty with your efforts turned to it!

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