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Old 01-31-2010, 12:42 AM
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Nos flys and yokes for sale

I post this list of NOS flybacks and yokes periodically in case anyone has any needs. Frankly, you can get the whole lot as cheap as a few seperates. I NEED SPACE and I'm out of work, so ANY movement of this stuff will be GREATLY appreciated.


Thordarson Flybacks-Many New in Box:
Fly-3 G-E, Coronado
Fly5 Multi Purpose 70 Degree
Fly-8 Emerson, Hallicrafters 70 Degree
Fly9 For Magnavox 320061-1,-3 70 Degree (I have two)
Fly-10 Admiral 79c30-1,-3 79C32-1 79C36-1 ***No box-looks unused***
Fly-12M Exact Repacement Muntz TO-0031,-2 70 Degree

Merit Flyback New in box:
HVO 43 Airline, Truetone, Coronado
HVO 54 Admiral
HVO 151 Philco
HVO 58 New but in Thordarson Box

General-Electric Flyback Transformers New in box!
ET77X60
ET77X101
ET77X114

RCA Flyback N.I.B. #70480

Ram Flyback New in box: #X047

Ram Flyback No box, looks unused #X084

Motorola Flyback New in box:
24D66258A10-M41M64

Philco Flyback N.I.B. #322-7029 Sylvania

Stancor Flyback N.I.B. HO-357 Silvertone

Magnavox Flyback 361241-1B 100622

Unknown Flyback, unused #971334-1 274209

Unknown Flyback, unused #EU77X9 Green Plastic

Unknown Flyback, #R10 214-11, Possibly GE Models
21C1545, 21C1671

Unknown Flyback, #24DG6258A10-M 41M64

Thordarson Deflection Yokes-Many New in box!
Y-24 ***No Box***
Y-133 Magnavox 361340 90 Degree Color
Y-45 Motorola
Y-51 G-E 110 Degree
Y-11,Y12,Y22,Y32,Y33,Y34(G-E),Y44,Y49*** I have 2 Y12's***

Merit Deflection Yokes N.I.B.
MFD-82 Dumont
MFD-89 RCA 70 Degree
MFD-127 Bradford, Wells-Gardner

Philco Deflection Yokes New in box!
76-14170-1 Have 3
76-14309-4 Have 2
Philco Yoke #32-9645 70 Degree

Triad Deflection Yoke:
Y-46 90 Degree
Y41 90 Degree

Sylvania Deflection Yoke #51-15473-2

Unknown Yokes bearing**24G10250A11** NN70 Blue Plastic 1960s Have 3
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Old 02-03-2010, 11:08 PM
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Things got busy but I finally looked up what I was looking for. Sadly not on your list. Thanks for sending the list by the way.
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Old 02-13-2010, 11:48 PM
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Anytime my friend! I also have a lot of tubes. Many NOS from the 50s. I once had a list some years ago, but it would be vague at best; if I could even find it...
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Old 05-31-2011, 02:46 PM
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GE Y-51 yoke

Do you still have this yoke for sale 110 degree, if so is the vertical 82 degree and can you tell me the horiz degree? thanks
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Old 06-01-2011, 12:34 AM
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Give me a day or two to locate the Y-51. I am sure that I still have it, but I do not know at the moment whether or not the horizontal degree is either stamped on the part/box, or if there is any type of documentation there. I will simply have to look and see. It seems like some Thordarson flybacks and yokes sometimes came with spec sheets! Let's just hope that this is one of them. Thank you very much for the interest and I hope that I can accommodate you in some way! I recently got my electronics degree in a NAFTA program. Now I have the paper but don't have the job, so any liquidation of the multitude of electronics parts, test equipment, and radios will benefit me greatly!
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Old 07-03-2011, 08:30 PM
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NAFTA electronics degree?

Please tell me about your degree. I've never heard of a NAFTA degree.

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UOTE=Tubejunke;3004835]Give me a day or two to locate the Y-51. I am sure that I still have it, but I do not know at the moment whether or not the horizontal degree is either stamped on the part/box, or if there is any type of documentation there. I will simply have to look and see. It seems like some Thordarson flybacks and yokes sometimes came with spec sheets! Let's just hope that this is one of them. Thank you very much for the interest and I hope that I can accommodate you in some way! I recently got my electronics degree in a NAFTA program. Now I have the paper but don't have the job, so any liquidation of the multitude of electronics parts, test equipment, and radios will benefit me greatly![/QUOTE]
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Old 06-01-2011, 10:11 PM
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I have located the Y-51. There is no documentation with the part, but I will dictate what is written on the box: Thordarson Y-51 DEFLECTION YOKE, EXACT REPLACEMENT FOR GENERAL ELECTRIC RLD-080, 110 DEGREE. Nothing follows unfortunately. I hope not to stick my foot in my mouth but I thought that 110 degree would be the vertical deflection angle. Somebody may need to refresh my memory on this one! I think that as technology in cathode ray tubes changed greatly through the 1950s, the deflection angles that could be achieved were greater; hence the decrease in depth of cabinets that saw its peak during 1960s with sets that were no deeper than a piano stool.

Anyway, this yoke has the smaller CRT neck diameter that I liken to 1960s black and white sets. In other words, it does not have the larger diameter hole that was common throughout the 1950s. I sure hope that this is what you are looking for due to the reasons that I mentioned previously. Frankly, with or without the economic hit I am enduring, I need to move the entire lot of flys and yokes, and some tubes as well. If I were a bigtime collector, with a LOT more room, it would make sense to house a ton of parts!

I hope to do a tube inventory soon and post it here for those who have any interest.
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Old 06-03-2011, 03:10 PM
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IF you check the data sheet with the yoke, for the yoke I need it would have the horiz 99 - degree/dia - 110 degree/ vertical - 82 degree ?. thanks, chip
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Old 06-03-2011, 09:26 PM
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Do you have any specific information on the set in which you wish to replace the yoke in? For instance, a Sam's Photofact folder, or technical data given by other publishers would give the factory stock number as well as several cross references i.e.. Stancor, Merit, Thordarson. That would be a lot of help. If you don't have that information, perhaps I could try to track it down for you. Often there are members here who are nice enough to share scanned PDF files. There are so many out there now that often you can simply Google search your set's manufacturer name and model number and luck out. I just lucked out today and found some scanned technical data on an old RCA oscilloscope that I have had for quite a while, but without some user data there I was not capable of using the scope properly, nor could I tell if it was working properly. Contrary to popular belief a scope is NOT a scope! It turns out that the thing is an Eico clone, but not 100% clone. The Eico manual for it has several different features than the RCA, but looks identical in picture. So, today I found some RCA data, but it took some digging on the net.
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Do you have any specific information on the set in which you wish to replace the yoke in? For instance, a Sam's Photofact folder, or technical data given by other publishers would give the factory stock number as well as several cross references i.e.. Stancor, Merit, Thordarson. That would be a lot of help. If you don't have that information, perhaps I could try to track it down for you. Often there are members here who are nice enough to share scanned PDF files.
Y-51: Replaces GE RLD-080, 110 degree deflection, Horizontal winding 12mH, 17 ohms. Vertical Winding 40mH, 44 Ohms. Swamped with 2.2K resistor across pins 3/7 and 4/8 (7 and 8 are common) Used with M3, Q2, Q3, and U2 chassis GE televisions.

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Old 06-03-2011, 09:33 PM
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Hey Chip, I just got the 'visitor' note that you sent. I will respond to that ASAP; probably email. I need to check on that fly you mentioned.
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I post this list of NOS flybacks and yokes periodically in case anyone has any needs. Frankly, you can get the whole lot as cheap as a few seperates. I NEED SPACE and I'm out of work, so ANY movement of this stuff will be GREATLY appreciated.

Triad Deflection Yoke:

Y41 90 Degree
I'm interested in your Triad Y41 90 degree. Seems to cross to a Thordarson Y-16.

Is this one NIB with paperwork, or used?

Thanks

Kevin
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I'm interested in your Triad Y41 90 degree. Seems to cross to a Thordarson Y-16.

Is this one NIB with paperwork, or used?

Thanks

Kevin
It is NIB with paperwork. Thank you for your interest!

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Do you still have that FLY10 available? I could use one.
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Do you still have that FLY10 available? I could use one.
I replied to your PM Tom. Thanks!
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