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 Post subject: NORDMENDE LOVERS....
PostPosted: Jan Wed 31, 2018 3:10 am 
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Need a dial cord diagram for Nordmende Glovetraveler II. Any help much appreciated.


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 Post subject: Re: NORDMENDE LOVERS....
PostPosted: Jan Wed 31, 2018 5:00 pm 
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Location: Mountains of Mourne. Ireland.
Never heard of a glovetraveler... :shock:

Anyhoo... here's a few photos of Globetrotter 7/601 courtesy of Martin aka majoco in NZ
http://www.antiqueradios.com/forums/vie ... 6#p2212176
Scroll down for FM Refugee's Globetraveler IV

Greg.


Edit: Globetraveler II is the export version of Globetrotter TN6000
Schematics along with dial-string diagrams can be downloaded from radiomuseum.org for free.
https://www.radiomuseum.org/r/nordmende ... n6000.html

Click a schematic page from the right-hand scrolling window, then again in the main center window.

Each page will be emailed to you immediately.
You can only download three pages a day + up to a maximum of ten every 30 days.
If you experience any downloading difficulties... see this→ viewtopic.php?p=2571007#p2570117
pdf attachments are not visible in junk email folders.


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 Post subject: Re: NORDMENDE LOVERS....
PostPosted: Feb Thu 01, 2018 12:30 am 
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The whole manual- schematics, alignment points, basically everything-can be downloaded from my site here:


http://techpreservation.com/NMGT2/NM_GT_II.zip

Includes both AM and FM stringing diagrams. Like most German sets, re-stringing these is so much FUN! :twisted:

The last one of these I did, I wound up swapping the entire tuning mechanism-string, pulleys, dial pointer and tuning shaft-from a junker Nordmende because it was actually easier than trying to string it! Good Luck!


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