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Old 10-15-2009, 01:53 PM
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Good original speaker, Back cover, Chassis bolts, bottom pan under chassis, tuner number plate with spring, all front control panel knobs.
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Did you mean a 20X122 or a 22X12 ? I don't believe there is a model 22X122.

I'm curious about the bottom pan you mentioned. I have several Admiral bakelite consoles and tabletops, but none have a pan. Is it a sheet of metal or a wire mesh ?

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Whatever. It was sheet metal. May have number wrong.
It's the popular 10" bakelite console.
I know it has alot wrong with it, but, I'd really like to get it going.
I once had this set when a teen ager, and, I liked it, then.
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Whatever. It was sheet metal. May have number wrong.
It's the popular 10" bakelite console.
I know it has alot wrong with it, but, I'd really like to get it going.
I once had this set when a teen ager, and, I liked it, then.
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OK, that's the 20X122.

So you already have one and need parts?

If you want a whole set, as Eric kindly posted, there's one with a BIN of $100 right now: http://cgi.ebay.com/1948-ADMIRAL-20X...item2556c645ec
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I can't really afford that one, and, shipping would be cost pprohibitive.
My cabinet is very nice, and, I'd really like to get mine playing.
Please help.
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Oh, sorry Bill. I misread your original post. I thought you were looking for a whole set.

I'll do some digging through my spare parts. I think I have a spare back and maybe some of the inner brown plastic knobs.

Does your set have a single chassis or a split chassis with the power supply on the bottom ?
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Single chassis. I could use the knobs, and, back cover for it.
Any other parts would also be helpful.
Thanks. Please pm , or, e mail me, and, I'll give you my mailing address.
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Had any luck finding those parts yet?
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Hi Bill,

No luck on the back but I did find a couple knobs. PM sent.

It took 6 months to find a complete set for my Admiral, but find them I did.
So keep the faith - they are out there
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Hey guys, this is what the tuner number plate, spring clip and knobs look like that Bill needs.
Can anyone help him out ?

I'll keep looking too.
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