Tom's Antique Radio Repair

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These are items that have either been around too long, are duplicates or ones that I could not repair. The radios that do work will be completely checked out before shipping. The ones that do not work, you are buying "as-is".

 I will be adding more to this list so check back often. 

If interested in any of the items below, copy and paste my e-mail address into your mail program and provide the following information:

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Item of Interest.


1950 Emerson Model 652, AC, AM, 5 Tubes. 9" Wide, 6" Tall, 6" Deep. Plastic, right front slide rule dial overlaps left round grille with checked cut-outs, 2 knobs and a lighted dial. Cabinet in good condition, slight crack in case by right hand knob. Nice sound for a small radio.


1952 Stewart-Warner Model 9162, AC, AM, 5 Tubes. 11" Wide, 7" Tall, 6" Deep. Plastic, left front half-round dial over alarm clock, upper  horizontal bars, lower right  circular cut-outs , feet, 6 knobs and a lighted dial. A nice radio with good sound and reception. Cabinet is in good condition.

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1940'S Radio, Make and model unk., AC, AM, 5 tubes, 13" wide, 9" tall, 8" deep. Original finish, new grille cloth, 2 knobs, lighted dial. Even though we do not know who made this radio, it does work great and has good sound. Different looking style but it is nice. 



1963 Bulova Model 830, transistor watch radio in its original case with operating instructions and earphone. I had replaced the electrolytic capacitors and the radio still did not work. I was going to order a schematic when I noticed the the clock was missing the stem to set the time. 



1954 Zenith Model 514Z, AM/Clock, AC. 13" Wide, 5" Tall, 5" Deep. Radio and clock works, lost knob for the right side tuning indicator. 


G.E Model 7-2705A, AM, 9 volt battery.3" Wide, 4" Tall, 1.25" Deep. Good reception, nice radio.


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1960's Sony Model 2R-28, 21/2" Wide, 4" High, 11/2" Deep, AM 2 AA batteries Top right dial with magnifier, tuning knob on right , volume knob on left, bottom front half speaker.  Case in good shape except for the clasp. The leather is starting to come apart.. Some discoloration on lower front on speaker grill. Good sound for a small speaker  



Cute little Jukebox AM/FM radio with red lights that blink off and on around the top of the radio. Stands 6" tall, works good.


1975 RCA Model RZG1041, AM, 9 volt battery, works good.  


GE Model P9954, AM, 2ea "AA" batteries, works good.


Stewart no model number, AM, 9 volt battery, works good.


1960's Grand, no model number, AM, 4 AAA cells, 8 transistor, 6" Wide, 3" Tall, 11/2" Deep. Leather case shows some wear, not bad for its age, radio is in great condition since it has been in the protective case. Works Great.


General Electric Tetechron, model unknown, AC.8" wide, 6" Tall, 3" Deep. Wood cabinet refinished. Looks and works good. Minimum $35.


Telechron Electric Clock, Model 4F05, AC, 14" Wide, 61/2" High, 23/4" Deep. Self starting, works great, case refinished, Minimum $35


Chronmaster Electric Clock, AC, 8" Wide, 81/2" High, 3" Deep. Not self starting. There is a knob on the back that you turn to start the clock if the power is interrupted. Case refinished, works great.  Minimum $35


Hammond "Chancellor" Electric Clock, AC, 7" Wide, 9" Tall, 3" Deep. Case refinished, not self starting. There is a knob on the back that you turn to start the clock if the power is interrupted. Runs for awhile and then quits, needs cleaning. Beautiful.  Minimum $35


48 Volt DC, 3 Amp Linear Supply, Model IHD48-3 


36 Volt AC Output Transformer, 120 Volt Input. $40.00

No center tap on secondary output.