Well I opened it up and it is very clean, has aluminum chassis, and surprised that it has a 3 gang tuning cap. So it has an R.F. amplifier. It has one of the knobs glued togather and reinforced with copper wire.
Other than that looks pristeen. Now to gather new caps. No burned parts, but some extra wax from caps.
Hopefully no alignment will be needed, but rest assured I will tweak the R.F.-I.F. CHAIN.
There is an rca audio phono jack, and instructions say to use a scope on that connection for alignment.
The dial glass is plastic, and the dial light sets into a curved slot, and the plastic acts like a light conduit,
When I get the radio operational, I'll be one happy person.
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