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 Post subject: Re: GE Radio Engineering Department Receiver Section 1925?
PostPosted: Nov Sun 12, 2017 8:04 pm 
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I just posted a Wanted To Buy.... I need the mate to this AC input plug. I assumed that the pins were 0.5" apart but I am wrong. The spacing is about 0.415"

If you don't have one to spare, I'd like to see a picture of one. Because of the place it is located, I know that the body of the mating connector cannot be greater than 7/8" diameter.

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Thanks,
Robert


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 Post subject: Re: GE Radio Engineering Department Receiver Section 1925?
PostPosted: Nov Sun 12, 2017 8:10 pm 
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Here is a quick snapshot of the dial scale that I had to generate... I'm happy with the results. It appears that no RCA sets of the 20s ever attempted to list station call letters like this.

Robert


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