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Old 01-19-2015, 02:25 PM
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Could you please post a pic of the chassis from the rear? I'm looking for the one I had in '66 (my very first TV), but later cannibalized. it had the dual 5U4 socket assy. mounted at a 45 degree angle atop the Power Transformer (but had a 3AG slo-blo fuse/holder in one of the socket holes...
IIRC, the 24" chassis used two 5U4's. The chassis came with two configurations. One with the rectifier sockets, part of the transformer end bells and one with the socket assembly, mounted on top of the PT.
The one with the separate socket assembly, the newer 5U4's wouldn't fit, because the plate was punched for the old "G" bulb and the socket was sunken.
The UHF models of that set, had the UHF tuner under the chassis, so the chassis had to be removed to replace the UHF osc. tube. It was strange that the tuner used a 6J6, instead of a 6AF4. The 6J6 lasted a lot longer.
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Old 01-19-2015, 02:56 PM
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I'm not exactly sure, what your doing with this set that uses a 21EP4. If you are going to restore it to working condition, and you need a CRT 21EP4, I have one here, a NOS in Omaha, NE. that I'd sell to you. I paid $100 for it, so was hoping to get that back if someone needs one of those tubes. Shipping though is always risky and expensive. Mine is in the original box and never has been used. Tested emission, it test very good.
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Old 01-20-2015, 11:01 PM
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Possibly - What is your zip? Also, do you have any of the knobs? I actually found an NOS channel knob assembly, but the volume knob seems to be harder to find...
80537. Loveland Colorado. One of the outside knobs is still present. I will load up a couple of pics of the chassis also.
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Old 02-24-2015, 08:38 PM
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Possibly - What is your zip? Also, do you have any of the knobs? I actually found an NOS channel knob assembly, but the volume knob seems to be harder to find...
80537

Knobs are pretty yucky...
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Old 02-24-2015, 08:38 PM
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$40 for the whole chassis but I keep the Transformer rectifier PS...
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Old 02-24-2015, 08:44 PM
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80537

Knobs are pretty yucky...
A lot of knobs suffer from that white 'knob fungus' most recover from it well after a soak in windex, and a bit of brushing....
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