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David C. Poland replied to Bill Liers's discussion Found AW-27
"NICE.  and great cosmetics.  A rare model, Last I knew, Kent had about a dozen of this model in his serial number database. With those style eye escutcheons, I suspect a later build. Kent has the subsequent serial number (Z-635) on his…"
3 hours ago
Bill Liers posted a discussion

Found AW-27

Hi guys,I have a line on one of these in a Warrington cab. The chrome is in very nice condition and the cabinet is clean. I'm looking for opinions on what this should go for? I'm thinking of putting in an offer. SN looks like "Z"-634.Thanks, Bill…See More
5 hours ago
David C. Poland replied to Nathan Slingerland's discussion Nathan's Allwave Deluxe / Lido
"Good news that your radio played during the test power up. As per Mike's comment,  on my AW-12, that stiff wire is secured to the back of the bottom of the dial mechanism.  The stiff wire is supposed to be "L" shaped at the…"
7 hours ago
Nathan Slingerland replied to Nathan Slingerland's discussion Nathan's Allwave Deluxe / Lido
"Thanks Mike - that makes a lot more sense. :) The photo makes it much clearer."
16 hours ago
mike hadley replied to Nathan Slingerland's discussion Nathan's Allwave Deluxe / Lido
"Nathan; have a look at john ketrons photo's restoring an allwave fifteen, in the photo's section on this site, photo#61 shows the dial with lamp tuning meter and scale, yours will be very similar. Mike"
17 hours ago
mike hadley replied to Nathan Slingerland's discussion Nathan's Allwave Deluxe / Lido
"Hi Nathan, just a few observations, the wire that olds your dial lamp is what remains of the tuning dial pointer, looks like a spring wire an inverted L in shape, it goes between the bulb and the dial to throw a shadow across the middle, a length of…"
22 hours ago
Nathan Slingerland replied to Nathan Slingerland's discussion Nathan's Allwave Deluxe / Lido
"A few questions: Do you know the correct lamp type for the dial? The one that it came with seems quite dim for the job. This length of springy wire seems like it's used to secure the lamp? I couldn't find any threaded hole where…"
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Nathan Slingerland replied to Nathan Slingerland's discussion Nathan's Allwave Deluxe / Lido
"Thanks for your advice David! I've made some good progress on the electrical restoration. Power / Amp Chassis Electrolytics replaced with 10uF 630V film caps 1/2uF bathtub cap and 2uF (I think) cubical cap replaced Frayed power cord…"
yesterday
David Ridgeway is now a member of EH Scott Radio Enthusiasts
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Day Radebaugh replied to Day Radebaugh's discussion Newbie with an 800B
"Thanks for asking.  Was just about to go out and check on it today, but something came up.  Appreciate the reference, and believe I'll use them.  Immediate concern is to check to see whether it's really shorted, and to that…"
Thursday
Thomas Day replied to Day Radebaugh's discussion Newbie with an 800B
"Have you been able to do any more checks on your 800B?  While power transformers rarely go bad, it can happen. I had to have a new transformer built for my Allwave 23 several years ago. Heyboer Transformer co. in Grand Haven Mi. Took a couple…"
Thursday
Robert Feenstra commented on Jon Ketron's photo
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CHATHAM AC10 RESTORATION #117

"That is an awesome cabinet!  A worthy home for your restored AC10."
Wednesday
David C. Poland commented on Jon Ketron's photo
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CHATHAM AC10 RESTORATION #117

"Those Ships at Sea paintings on the Chatham highboy doors are oil paintings, per the 1929 Scott cabinet brochure.  Described as a Gothic period style cabinet, in Walnut."
Wednesday
David C. Poland replied to Nathan Slingerland's discussion Nathan's Allwave Deluxe / Lido
"Until you locate a tuning meter, be sure to connect the "sniped leads" together. The tuning meter is in series with the B+ line to the plate of the Wunderlich tube. See circuit diagram. My AW-12 has a 2 lug terminal strip mounted on left…"
Wednesday
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Found AW-27

Started by Bill Liers. Last reply by David C. Poland 3 hours ago. 1 Reply

Hi guys,I have a line on one of these in a Warrington cab. The chrome is in very nice condition and the cabinet is clean. I'm looking for opinions on what this should go for? I'm thinking of putting…Continue

Nathan's Allwave Deluxe / Lido

Started by Nathan Slingerland. Last reply by David C. Poland 7 hours ago. 13 Replies

Hi all! So I'm the proud owner of an Allwave Deluxe that I picked up at the NWVRS swap meet last weekend near Portland, OR.I'm not new to restoring antique radios - but this is my first EH Scott. I'm…Continue

Newbie with an 800B

Started by Day Radebaugh. Last reply by Day Radebaugh on Thursday. 102 Replies

Hello:I'm Day Radebaugh from El Dorado, Kansas, and was happy to find this site.  30 years ago, when I was a starving student, I lived in a house in Baltimore that was in the process of being sold. …Continue

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McMurdo Silver Maserpiece V filter chokes

Posted by Tony Peterson on May 25, 2019 at 4:07pm 0 Comments

One of the filter chokes in my Masterpiece V has started buzzing loudly. I've tried tightening the screws, shimming the winding and dipping the choke in wax all with little success so my thought is to have the choke rewound. 

Does anyone know where I would find:

1. Where I would find the value of the MP5's filter chokes?

2. Who would perform this type of service?

3. Would it make sense to have both filter chokes rewound even though only one…

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"For Sale" 1939 E.H. SCOTT PHILHARMONIC BEAM OF LIGHT CUSTOM MADE RADIO!

Posted by don baker on April 11, 2019 at 1:50pm 2 Comments

I purchased this 1939 philharmonic 30 tube Beam of light in a warrington cabinet, with all 9 knobs and a 15" pedestal speaker  and with all of the chrome covers in oct of 2013, and i planned on being able to take the time and restore. But, circumstances running a business gave me no time to restore. contact me through this website if interested.  You may see some photo's on this site under my name. serial # RR-223.    Priced right!     DON

Need information on my serial number PP 86 Scott radio

Posted by bernie mock on March 5, 2019 at 10:30am 1 Comment

 I have an EH Scott multiband radio  Serial number PP 86.  Can anyone tell me about this radio ?  Is it what they call a Phantom?  I have posted my pictures.  Any help would be appreciated.

OXFORD CABINET

Posted by Mike Kennedy on December 15, 2018 at 6:00pm 0 Comments

FOR SALE SEE MY PICS

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THANKS FOR LOOKING

MIKE

 
 
 

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