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RCA Victor Console Radio [message #25982] Sun, 18 November 2007 17:11 Go to next message
david is currently offline  david
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I found a RCA Victor console radio over the weekend while cleaning out my grandparents house. From pictures that I've seen on line, I think it is a 1934 Model 19K in excellent condition. I didn't try it to see if it works. Does any one know what it's worth or where I can get info on it??????

Re: RCA Victor Console Radio [message #25983 is a reply to message #25982] Sun, 18 November 2007 17:45 Go to previous message
Wayne Parham is currently offline  Wayne Parham
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Radios like these are usually worth more intrinsically than extrinsically. It might be special to you knowing that your grandparents listened to history unfold on that radio. You can probably find a schematic for it in the Rider collection if you need it. Chances are, if it hasn't been used in a while the capacitors are probably bad. The tubes may still work though. Power it on and give it a try. Check the power cord and make sure it isn't frayed though first.


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