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 Post subject: from the days of visual radio...
PostPosted: Mar Tue 12, 2019 8:19 pm 
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PostPosted: Mar Tue 12, 2019 10:36 pm 
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Guys, I know nothing about TVs. I can see it's a GE, but model? Features? Pre-war or post-war? Channel 1? How hard to find the missing knobs?

Gotta help me out here! :D :oops:


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GE 810.....one of several models they marketed when postwar production resumed. Fairly easy to fix up, heavy though. Craig


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I was going to chime in and say I had a NOS Stancor replacement flyback for it, but it is for a GE model 801.


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