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Richard Groman
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tweeter plug

Started this discussion. Last reply by mike hadley May 20. 3 Replies

I am looking for the two pronged plug that goes on the end of the tweeter wire that then plugs into the base of the 15" speaker for a 1938 Philharmonic. If any one can help I'd greatly appreciate it.Continue

Scott- Capehart

Started this discussion. Last reply by David C. Poland Apr 3. 3 Replies

I'm working on a 1938 Scott/Capehart. The original Capehart was missing.I located parts for re-installation. How do I "marry" the two units ?When I push the phonograph button on the Scott remote…Continue

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mike hadley replied to Richard Groman's discussion tweeter plug
"If you intend to use an old tube base, after breaking out the old glass, soak the base in denatured alcohol for a few hours or overnight, this will soften and dissolve the old cement that held the glass bulb in situ, leaving a nice clean socket. I…"
May 20
Richard Groman replied to Richard Groman's discussion tweeter plug
"Thanks Dave for advice on how to proceed. Much appreciated."
May 20
David C. Poland replied to Richard Groman's discussion tweeter plug
"Be really tough to find that 2 pin plug.   Suggest you make one. Comparing a 6 pin tube (pre octal, era - like a 58) to the Philly tweeter plug is about right. This tube has 2 fat pins and 4 thin pins. Choose a dud or worn out tube. Separate…"
May 19
Richard Groman posted a discussion

tweeter plug

I am looking for the two pronged plug that goes on the end of the tweeter wire that then plugs into the base of the 15" speaker for a 1938 Philharmonic. If any one can help I'd greatly appreciate it.See More
May 19
David C. Poland replied to Richard Groman's discussion Scott- Capehart
"I have been restoring a late 1939 Scott Phantom Deluxe (20 tube) with remote control. That radio/phono relay (with mounted wafer switch you pictured) should operate on 24 volts AC.   Being a remote control Philharmonic, the amp should have a…"
Apr 3
Fran Mayer replied to Richard Groman's discussion Scott- Capehart
"Hi, Richard Groman aske me to upload some photos of his Scoot - Capehart. The first photo is the front of the cabinet. The second Photo is the rear of the Scott receiver chassis. The third photo shows the magnetic rocker switch which is energized…"
Apr 3
Norman S Braithwaite replied to Richard Groman's discussion Scott- Capehart
"Although I do not have a remote operated Philharmonic with the Capehart changer, I do have one with a Garrard RC-6 changer.  The changer on this unit has a relay added by EH Scott Radio Laboratories to switch the power on. Norman"
Mar 26
Richard Groman posted a discussion

Scott- Capehart

I'm working on a 1938 Scott/Capehart. The original Capehart was missing.I located parts for re-installation. How do I "marry" the two units ?When I push the phonograph button on the Scott remote tablet the pick up will work.How do I power up the Capehart relay box to activate the turntable motor etc.I have 2 styles of Capehart relay boxes not sure which should be used ? See More
Mar 26
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