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Old 04-04-2016, 05:12 PM
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TVs available continued:

Early 60's 17" RCA portable, not recaped but working $45


10" Emerson bakelite set, CRT excellent, 2 unpopulated factory control holes in upper front of cabinet $65 spoken for ....... RCA 8-t-241 (IIRC) cabinet and chassis $30, or free with purchase of 10BP4 CRT from my previous post.


Dumont RA-103 Chattham "doghouse" original CRT weak, cabinet very scratched, tuner shaft cracked but fixable, half of clear dial scale (plus fuse holder and audio output xfmr) missing $90 (I'd like to keep it as a project but I can be bought off that notion)


Admiral 17" portable recaped working $50


mid 60's GE 9" SS portable works $45


Admiral 7" bakelite set (seen below white box) with healthy 7JP4, cabinet dull but not cracked, unrestored $80 (another project I want to do, but can be bought off of) spoken for


RCA CTC-20 bad caps changed, working $260. spoken for I'm not eager to sell it, nor am I sure if I can transport it to the meet.


I'm trying to pair down my accumulation so I'll entertain offers on the majority of stuff I own. Browse through my image hosting pages to see what I've got.
http://s1095.photobucket.com/user/El...?sort=3&page=1
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TV accessories available:
Working RCA CED video disc players and discs. I want $100 a piece for the players (one spoken for) and I'll have 25+ discs available by the meet I'll do $0.50 per disk for those that purchase a player and $1.50 a piece for those that just want discs.


Recapped working B&K 1076 analyst $40
Heathkit SS signal generator mostly working $10
Top-load VHS VCR with varactor tuner not working $7 spoken for
RCA TA-5D tube Broadcast synch amp module $15 (the tubes alone gotta be worth that).

Hickock alignment generator $10

UHF converters other misc test equipment and other stuff may also show up.

Image limit reached again and the folks need me to do some work for them so I'll post about what I want and maybe get some better pictures of the TV accessories and better enumerate them later. Check the 'What I want' link in my signature to get an idea of what I'm looking for.
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Old 04-04-2016, 07:00 PM
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Old 04-04-2016, 08:38 PM
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Have this rare Sylvania that needs some cabinet help. When I got it, the sides were just falling apart yet the rest of the cabinet is strong. I even have most of the veneer for the sides, which peeled off in sheets. 10BP4 tests good, and is electronically complete as you can see. Coffee can HV cover is sitting on top, removed so you can see the guts

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Old 04-04-2016, 08:41 PM
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Motorola TV/radio sign, I'd guess about 1952. Was just the front of the sign when I got it....with the rounded edges I decided to make this slip in lighted stand. Displays extremely nicely

Price is $150.
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Old 04-04-2016, 08:49 PM
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Tom, here's your 8TS30
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Old 04-04-2016, 10:09 PM
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Could anyone from Wisconsin bring my Sansui 1000a back here from the convention? It looks like I'm unable to go. Dave Pike and I were going to make the deal there but now only he's going.
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Old 04-04-2016, 10:22 PM
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Have this rare Sylvania that needs some cabinet help. When I got it, the sides were just falling apart yet the rest of the cabinet is strong. I even have most of the veneer for the sides, which peeled off in sheets. 10BP4 tests good, and is electronically complete as you can see. Coffee can HV cover is sitting on top, removed so you can see the guts

Asking $50, paid by PayPal.

Is that the one that was for sale a while back...and ran down here by some...who said it should be SCRAPPED? It has RF HV>..but a MAGNETIC deflection tube...so it is NOT exactly a "common set" GOOd save...one way or another...


But it just REINFORCES that FACT...that these very old sets are EASIER to find...than a 1971 D-16 set, EO-1 set, or 1972 EO-2 sylvania set !!
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Old 04-04-2016, 10:28 PM
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Could anyone from Wisconsin bring my Sansui 1000a back here from the convention? It looks like I'm unable to go. Dave Pike and I were going to make the deal there but now only he's going.
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Old 04-04-2016, 10:40 PM
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Is that the one that was for sale a while back...and ran down here by some...who said it should be SCRAPPED? It has RF HV>..but a MAGNETIC deflection tube...so it is NOT exactly a "common set" GOOd save...one way or another...
Not the same set, but the same model.....
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Old 04-04-2016, 10:50 PM
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I found a westinghouse (I THINK model H-223) in my shed not in REAL bad shape...savable I think. It TOO has magnetic deflection/RF HV..) even had the BACK--inside of it. DO NOT think it was real good when I got it...many years ago. Tube intact...missing some tubes(a PAIR of 5y3 rect tubes).. If any interest...can get pics tomorrow. It is in the van...to go to the other garage...as I am moving out of here.
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Old 04-04-2016, 11:37 PM
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Could anyone from Wisconsin bring my Sansui 1000a back here from the convention? It looks like I'm unable to go. Dave Pike and I were going to make the deal there but now only he's going.
I can pick it up and bring it back home to Delafield Wi, but you would have to pick it up from me there or wait till I have reason to go south to get stuff from Chester's or Chicago. PM me if that works for you.
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Tom, here's your 8TS30
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Old 04-05-2016, 12:35 PM
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A Zenith set I'd like to obtain, at the ETF Convention..

Another set I would like to find at the ETF Convention Meet, is a Zenith 19" Hybrid, any version of the one I have pictured, here, I'd be interested in!
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Old 04-05-2016, 01:52 PM
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Ed has at least one of those. You need to call him
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Old 04-05-2016, 02:16 PM
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TVs available continued:



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Working RCA CED video disc players and discs. I want $100 a piece for the players and I'll have 25+ discs available by the meet I'll do $0.50 per disk for those that purchase a player and $1.50 a piece for those that just want discs.
I'll take one of those CED layers, and a small pile of discs.

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