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Scott 16 parts advice

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kent King Jan 2. 10 Replies

Merry Christmas everyone!I am a new member here, and I thought that I would start a new discussion regarding the Sixteen I recently purchased, rather than try to horn in on someone else's post. I am…Continue

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Brad Winder replied to Eric Nelson Coon's discussion Attic Antenna
"Your antenna *could* be protected, mostly, if it was in the attic, and you had lightning rods on your house. Otherwise, no. I experience a lightning strike when I was young. It hit our outdoor tower, which had a two-way radio antenna on the top. It…"
Feb 12
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Feb 7
Brad Winder replied to Kent King's discussion Scott serial numbers
"HI Kent, In my quest for Sixteen parts, I ran across and bought a Philharmonic chassis. It is the 1937 pointer-dial version. Serial number is BB233. "
Jan 28
Brad Winder replied to Robert Feenstra's discussion New member - Scott 16
"Apparently some models of Emerson also used the same dial pointer. I found one in my junk bin, and it is an identical style, and fits the shaft perfectly. But the length is shorter than the one Scott used on the 16. I would imagine some of the…"
Jan 3
Kent King replied to Brad Winder's discussion Scott 16 parts advice
"It is parts like the pointers, escutcheons and a few other rare yet visible items that I would love to see 3D printed. Someday I hope to experiment with the technology, no time right now. Kent"
Jan 2
Robert Feenstra replied to Brad Winder's discussion Scott 16 parts advice
"If you find a reasonable substitute for the pointer, please let me know as I need one as well!"
Jan 1
Brad Winder replied to Brad Winder's discussion Scott 16 parts advice
"Happy New Year! Thanks! That is great to know. I will keep an eye out for three more shield covers. Is it possible that the shields were used by another manufacturer, in a non-chrome version? Yes, I would be very interested in purchasing a speaker,…"
Jan 1
mike hadley replied to Brad Winder's discussion Scott 16 parts advice
"Norman, I totally agree on this, as there seem to be so many variations with these speakers, the seller on ebay does have quite a selection of cones, so is possibly a good place to start. hopefully one can easily be found. Mike"
Jan 1
Norman S Braithwaite replied to Brad Winder's discussion Scott 16 parts advice
"The speaker for the Scott Sixteen has a stamped basket but even the cast basket 12-inch speakers employed by Scott were of two depths.  It is best to measure the depth needed prior to ordering. Norman"
Jan 1
mike hadley replied to Brad Winder's discussion Scott 16 parts advice
"If the speaker is the 12" cast basket model, there are cones that will fit on ebay, type in the search window "134905A", these are the nearest fit, and are the ones I have used in the past. Mike"
Jan 1
Kent King replied to Brad Winder's discussion Scott 16 parts advice
"As Norman noted, you do have the right tube shields. And as Dave noted, the dial pointer will be most difficult to locate. I <may> have a speaker to spare, I'll have to look. Even if I do, it will undoubtedly need to be re-coned. The…"
Jan 1
Norman S Braithwaite replied to Brad Winder's discussion Scott 16 parts advice
"There were two types of tube shield caps used on the Scott Sixteen.  One with several small holes in a circle like the caps used on other models and the other with a single larger hole in the center like those in your photo. Norman "
Dec 24, 2017
Brad Winder replied to Brad Winder's discussion Scott 16 parts advice
"Merry Christmas David!, I do have tube shields, but from looking at pictures from other sets, I think the caps are wrong. They fit, and are chrome...but not of the same style as other sets. Maybe from a later chassis?"
Dec 24, 2017
David C. Poland replied to Brad Winder's discussion Scott 16 parts advice
"Of all your list items, the larger dial pointer may be the most difficult to find.  A parts set when you see one may be beneficial. Thought you had tube shields."
Dec 23, 2017
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Scott 16 parts advice

Merry Christmas everyone!I am a new member here, and I thought that I would start a new discussion regarding the Sixteen I recently purchased, rather than try to horn in on someone else's post. I am looking for guidance from experienced Scott owners/restorers.I bought a 16, in the Acousticraft cabinet, for $160. The tuner chassis and power supply are in pretty good shape; only minor pitting. But it isn't complete. I believe that it was used as a parts set, by a collector I used to know (long…See More
Dec 23, 2017
Brad Winder replied to Kent King's discussion Scott serial numbers
"Hi Kent, Do you keep track of when numbers were submitted, or by whom? I suspect that this radio was part of a large collection, that was auctioned off a number of years ago, after the owner lost the collection in a divorce. The collection was then…"
Dec 8, 2017

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