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 Post subject: FS: Transformers, tubes, lots of misc bits....
PostPosted: Feb Mon 27, 2012 1:18 am 
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Doing some spring cleaning and have a bunch of stuff I think will end up on Ebay, but I thought I would post it here first to see if anyone here was interested. I am fairly new here, but have excellent feedback on Ebay as tgill72. I am going to post the pictures of the items here with some descriptions and we can figure out the details if anyone is interested. This is only a fraction of the tubes that I have, so if you are looking for any tubes I can take a look and see what I have. There is a nice pair of NOS Philco 01A's in there somewhere....

All prices do not include shipping

Misc Panel Meters, $15 for the lot
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Big 15A 6.3V filament transformer $15
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Replacement bulbs, 53, 1129 $10 for the lot (some weird bulb that is blacked out except for a square, if you know what its for let me know I am curious)
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RCA 872A Tube $20
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Other misc stuff...
Heathkit scope $25
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 Post subject: Re: FS: Transformers, tubes, lots of misc bits....
PostPosted: Feb Mon 27, 2012 1:54 am 
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Hi,
As per forum rules you have to post prices.
I'm interested in the whole pile of tubes but you should post a price.
Thanks

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 Post subject: Re: FS: Transformers, tubes, lots of misc bits....
PostPosted: Feb Mon 27, 2012 1:55 am 
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Hi,
I'll take
Filament Transformers, Stancor 8190 6.3V and a F-1X triad 2.5V $20 for the lot?

Triad R11-A Power Transformer 700V CT w/ 6.3 and 5.0V windings $15

I'll also take the 6L6G and the 183/483s.
Mark

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 Post subject: Re: FS: Transformers, tubes, lots of misc bits....
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I would take the two large capacitors. I'll send a PM and ask about price.

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 Post subject: Re: FS: Transformers, tubes, lots of misc bits....
PostPosted: Feb Mon 27, 2012 2:21 am 
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Sorry about that...updated the post with pricing for all..will respond to the PM's as well


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 Post subject: Re: FS: Transformers, tubes, lots of misc bits....
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Hi I'll take 6L6 tube
Thanks. Will send message for payment
Cheers

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 Post subject: Re: FS: Transformers, tubes, lots of misc bits....
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I'll take the 2A5 and 42 tubes.


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I will take the dial stringing guides...

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I'll take the 182/482 Tube(s)

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 Post subject: Re: FS: Transformers, tubes, lots of misc bits....
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Ok, I think I have everything account for and sorted out. Updated the original post with what is left so far.

I will try to have this all shipped out in the next day or two.

Thanks
Tim


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 Post subject: Re: FS: Transformers, tubes, lots of misc bits....
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I'll also take the Majestic 2A7, the Ratheon and GE 56's, and the two 58 tubes.


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I will take the three 76 tubes please.

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The black bulb could be a reticule bulb for a military sight, but that is only a guess.

What is the GE tube in the lower left corner?

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phlogiston wrote:
I'll take the 182/482 Tube(s)



If you have not sent mine out yet, I'll take the 6B5 tube too.

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 Post subject: Re: FS: Transformers, tubes, lots of misc bits....
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pholgiston: I set aside your shipment and will dig out that tube and try to get them both out tomrrow.

chinobob: The GE tube in the corner is a 26, looks pretty clean and the vintage matches the box 9-17 188-5

Will try to have everything that has been paid out tomrrow.

I really didn't expect this stuff to fly out the door like this, so I apologzie for any delay getting it out.

Thanks again
Tim


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$4 more sent by PP

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I'll take the 78 tube please. PM on the way.


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 Post subject: Re: FS: Transformers, tubes, lots of misc bits....
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I have everything that had a claim on it boxed and half of it shipped, I believe I PM'd everyone a shipping status. If I missed someone please let me know.

dmikesell: I have the 78 set aside and ready to go once we get information exchanged.

Thanks again
Tim


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 Post subject: Re: FS: Transformers, tubes, lots of misc bits....
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All I want are the 53 bulbs unless you also have some 1445 and 1815's.

Thats a reasonable price on the 453 IF it works. A great 50MHz scope and uses cheap import or Tek probes. The only downside is that it uses nuvistors as input amps versus FET's in the 453A.

Carl


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 Post subject: Re: FS: Transformers, tubes, lots of misc bits....
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Carl,

No problem on the 53s, I don't know much about the bulbs and the 53's are the ones in the GE box towards the middle the bayonet type, do those look right? Would pick those out for you for say $5 shipped? Let me know.

The 453 works just fine, it was my main scope for quite a while. It hasn't been fired up in a while, but I might dust it off and get a trace on it if someone is interested. Certainly not going to get thrown out, I believe it holds the distinction of being tek's last "tube" scope with the nuvistors.

Everyone else, sounds like some folks are starting to get their shipments, if anyone has any questions or issues with what I sent let me know. I will gladly get any issues worked out.

Thanks again
Tim


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