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Old 05-24-2017, 10:29 PM
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WTB: 1978 RCA Portable Television Knobs

I'm looking to replace the two smaller knobs on my 1978 RCA television. Pictures say it all. Thanks!
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With a model number, I can look up replacement part numbers for you.

RCA made 3 different shaft length knobs of that same style. The 9" portables used the longest shaft, and the other two lengths were dependent on the TMA assembly, while the Mural (hotel/motel) sets had still another shaft style (larger diameter, not length differences).
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Model AC 129W

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Model AC 129W

Thanks!
Still on the hunt for this - had plumbing troubles today, and only now getting cleaned up for dinner. Will check in the AM....

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Old 06-06-2017, 10:30 AM
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Sams 1755 says it's a 136347. My small knob box is all sorted, and I don't have one. Moyers?
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Old 06-06-2017, 12:26 PM
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I just contacted Moyers the other day. They have one on site, but are checking the other locations for a second.

I'll keep an eye out under that part number, though. Thanks for the lead!
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They had them at Talon electronics. Thanks for your help!
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