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    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

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Comment by Norman S Braithwaite on January 18, 2015 at 11:00am

An inspection date will be stamped on one or more of the capacitor blocks under the tuner chassis.  In most cases the stamp is located on top of a bathtub capacitor mounted to the center divider.  In other cases it is on one of the multiple capacitor blocks but sometimes it was located on the bottom of the block requiring removal of mounting hardware to inspect.

Norman

Comment by Scott Seickel on January 18, 2015 at 1:18pm

How do you know it is 1940?

Does it have the Ultra SW band in red letters on the dial? 

I assume it is a 9 knob unit?

I have a GG-448 that is an AM/FM unit, so they are close in production date.

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