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 Post subject: Mastercraft am/fm table radio
PostPosted: Oct Sun 20, 2019 8:58 pm 
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I have a transistor table AM/FM radio made by KYOWA Electric Model 11 ST. The name on the front panel says Mastercraft, (a Canadian Company}. I searched for days and days but can not find that model anyplace. Please help if you can.
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 Post subject: Re: Mastercraft am/fm table radio
PostPosted: Oct Mon 21, 2019 12:36 pm 
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What kind of help do you require?

Service information - - very doubtful that it was ever published.
Have you looked inside, sometimes it's pasted to the "roof" of the cabinet.

Value - - less than ten bucks, in Canada or the US

I don't know who carried the brand Mastercraft in Canada.
Probably the equivalent of J. C. Penney or Kmart. lol

Woolworths?

:) Greg.


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 Post subject: Re: Mastercraft am/fm table radio
PostPosted: Oct Mon 21, 2019 10:19 pm 
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Mastercraft is Canadian Tire, a hardware chain. Tye brand is certainly used for tools, right now I can't remember if they use it generally.

Of course, it might have been used differently decades ago, or even maybe the brand belonged to some other company. I don't know, and until 30 years ago never got to Canadian Tire much because the stores were not close.

I suspect if tyere was service information, likely in limited release, or at best a tiny schematic in the owner's manual, like Radio Shack used to do.

Michael


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 Post subject: Re: Mastercraft am/fm table radio
PostPosted: Oct Mon 21, 2019 10:33 pm 
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Thank you all for the reply's, yea its a pretty cheap piece , a junk box item. I just was curious and puzzled why I could not find any info on it, :o sometimes I just enjoy the challenge,,, lol,,
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Chip


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 Post subject: Re: Mastercraft am/fm table radio
PostPosted: Oct Mon 21, 2019 10:40 pm 
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There was a time when there was a depositiry of schematics here in Canada, but I know little about it. I needed to fix a tv set firty years ago, and someone who knew said I should go to Payette Electronics here in Montreal, where for a small fee I couid get the schematic. And I did.

Tye depositorywas elewhere, and I don't know how extensive. I never heard about it later, so I suspect it no longer exists.

Michael


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