I can answer questions about age, repair procedures on antique radios.
I have been a radio and tv service man. I am an electrical engineer.
Historical radio society.
BEE. Graduated Cleveland State University.
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I am sorry but furniture is not my line of expertise. I deal with antique clocks and radios. Look into furniture experts but you might be able to moisten and/or glue the panels, then clamp them so
Back in the days when shellac and vinyl were king, Rek O Kut was the standard of the industry for turntables. Most radio stations used them as the disc jockeys played peoples favorites, both 78, 33 1/3
There used to be chemicals for cleaning contacts readily available. Since we have gone to a "throw away" society these are not as available as they used to be. I have had rather good success using carburetor
When you press the time set button the flashing should stop. If it does not, check out the wiring and/or printed circuit tracks in the time set and fast and slow circuits. Also, be certain the buttons
My two areas of expertise are antique radios and clocks. I have received some furniture questions and could not help the questioner and may I refer them to you when I receive them? I get very few radio
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