# A Challenge for the Repair Gurus

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Jan 1, 1970
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Source: Vintage Radio Swap-meet, Parsipanny, NJ
the going-rate for the knob-set, the $10 for the dial face, and perhaps find a new home for the transformer, that mistake will at least be covered in direct costs + some. The point being that someone may want that receiver intact. So I made the offer. If it offends you, sue me. Peter Wiekc Wyncote, PA H #### Homer J Simpson Jan 1, 1970 0 Discovered Problem: Saturated with steel-wool shavings. Giant magnet from Acme? M #### Mike Berger Jan 1, 1970 0 Steel wool shavings -- or zinc coming off the components and plating? Zinc migration is a real problem in some of that equipment. C #### Charles Schuler Jan 1, 1970 0 Um... no reason at all. But all-and-at-the-same-time... no reason to make such a post either. As to it being a mistake, when I realize the expected$30+ which is
the going-rate for the knob-set, the \$10 for the dial face, and
perhaps find a new home for the transformer, that mistake will at
least be covered in direct costs + some.

The point being that someone may want that receiver intact. So I made
the offer. If it offends you, sue me.

No offense. Good deal on the knobs and dial face!

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Jan 1, 1970
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Steel wool shavings -- or zinc coming off the components and
plating? Zinc migration is a real problem in some of that
equipment.

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Magnetic... steel wool. Anyway, no zinc, lots-O-cadmium. There are
remedies for that which are far easier to apply than to the steel
wool.

Peter Wieck
Wyncote, PA

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Jan 1, 1970
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You still have this ? if so i might be interested ... let me know .. post

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Jan 1, 1970
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You still have this ? if so i might be interested ... let me know .. post

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Long gone. And at 14 X first cost. Sorry.

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