The Fine Things are Always Hand Made
Been interesting to follow threads on this site. Some recent threads have delved into considerable detail on the nuances that reveal evolution on a model and challenges during restorations.…Continue
The wiring in the area of my B voltage divider has a few problems.A loose wire is connected to the 100 V tap. There may have been a replacement resistor attached to this (broke away early on). The…Continue
I've recapped my dial pointer Philly and it plays good on all bands, but I have a few nagging issues that I would like to take care of before I start the alignment. I want to make sure these are…Continue
Got around to finish wiring the ant tuner on my Allwave 12 Deluxe .Was easy to do ,after I was done I connected a short wire to it.Wow was amazing how many stations came in so loud and clear on all bands,SW was coming great in 15 feet of wire!The radio was not all that good till I got the Ant tuner fixed and hooked up it sure makes a big difference!Turned on my Philharmonic and let it play a while while I adjusted the Expander while it played..The Expander sure did help boost the sound and…Continue
can any one tell me when in 1940 this set was made?
Serial number GG314
Do the letters mean anything as to what came with the set?
Set does not have fm, only am.
Thanks to some members post I was able to repair it and it works very well
Thank you , jimmie ashabraner
My name is Juliano and I am from Brazil.
I have a Scott Philharmonic 30 tubes 1938. I am fixing it, and it is almost all done. The radio is working, but the tunning indicator is still not working (6E5). I verified the signal from valve 6H6 to pin 3 in tunning indicator (6E5), and it is OK. but the indicator is always fully illuminated, and it doesn`t change, doesn`t matter the intensity of the signal.
Does someone have the schematics for this radio? Or does…Continue