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Old 07-15-2016, 10:28 PM
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Flybacks and yokes-mostly nos

I dug this old post out from a few years ago. A few of these may be gone, but I have noticed several people looking, so maybe it's here. I would really like to sell all of these as a lot and be done with them, but I will part out until or unless someone wants all of them.

These are mostly NOS Thordarson and Merit parts with a few exceptions. They are still in the original boxes. Email me at gnevins@kimbanet.com for quickest response if you need anything. I have lots of tubes as well, but too many to list. Thanks!


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 #XO-84

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
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Old 07-16-2016, 12:59 PM
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Any of them go to color roundies?

If you have any coke bottle output tubes I would be interested, types like 6CB5 or 6CD6.
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Old 07-18-2016, 06:53 PM
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Any of them go to color roundies?

If you have any coke bottle output tubes I would be interested, types like 6CB5 or 6CD6.
No, I don't think any of them are for those big tubes. Most of them are 50s black and white and some 60s of the same with the smaller diameter tubes they made then.

I just repost now and again because ya never know what someone may need here.

On the output tubes; I tend to love that design myself. It just looks better and some old radios have form fitted shields which will only work with that type. The numbers you give remind me of TV tubes. Am I right on that? If so I may be more likely to let something go as the whole TV and radio thing has gotten really out of hand. I don't have room to mess with a TV these days and I have a pretty much working 64 Zenith roundie that needs love.
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Yes, those two are horizontal outputs. I have some tall T-12 fat base types here, but to be correct the 55/56 model year sets should be ST glass.
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Yes, those two are horizontal outputs. I have some tall T-12 fat base types here, but to be correct the 55/56 model year sets should be ST glass.
OK, well I haven't forgotten all of my TV stuff. Now I will have to look at 3 possible TVs that I have that could utilize those if I ever have the space and time to get back to TV work. I have an RCA 8T-243 and a (same layout) TC-127, a very early 50s Sparton !7", and the same in a Motorola. Now I want to say that the RCAs both use the 6BG6. The Sparton is a mystery I will have to dig out. The Motorola 17" table model I am thinking of just finding a new home for as it is nothing all that special and is a series heater string set, so it doesn't matter.

I do finally have a regular viewer in a 56 Philco 21" table. I'm almost certain it has the 6DQ6 T12 which is what I honestly thought was sort of the standard for the mid and late 50s. I didn't know that the ST beauties were still factory stock in 55-56 new sets. So, indeed if I have anything, you will be first in line.

I need to find people wanting compactron style tubes. 60s-70s stuff. Some of those output tubes are pretty pricey for whatever reason. I don't have a use in the world for those if anyone here needs them.
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I like 6LB6 and 6JE6 tubes, if you have those.
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I have 2 of the 6LB6. One is a Westinghouse and the other has the name worn off, I can give you test results from a B & K 747B. The Hickok 6000A is in surgery right now. PM me if needed.

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