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Tube RadioGE X-156 1942 7 Band Radio

GE X-156 1942 7 Band Radio


GE X-156 7 Band 7 Tube AM Radio, 1942. Covers BC band + 2.2-20mc (2 bands), 9.36-9.8mc, 11.6-12.4mc, 14.9-17mc and 17.7-22mc. Odd transformer. Overall appearance is very good. Wood cabinet is solid, will probably need refinishing. No significant veneer chips or deep scratches. Grille cloth is excellent, and probably original. Some control markings are gone, others are excellent. Dial glass is excellent. Back is very good. Power cord bad, removed. Label inside is excellent. Chassis is clean, no rust. 6 tubes- 7Q7, (2)6SG7, 25L6GT, 25Z6GT, 6U5. Power transformer is encased in what looks like tar. A octal socket mounted on top of it has 1 jumper in it. Wires from the side of this socket terminate in a octal plug which is plugged into a octal socket on the chassis. Could not tune a station, dial cord apparently broken. Got plenty audio though when turning band select switch, deep rich sound. It sounds like a much larger speaker than it actually is. Not much hum. Sold as-is for parts or restoration. One knob not original. Approximate size 21.25"W, 9"D, 10.5"H. Item #9823

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