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 Post subject: Re: RCA 9-INT-9 Restoration, Update 11/28
PostPosted: Nov Mon 30, 2020 4:03 am 
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Thanks, Rich.

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 Post subject: Re: RCA 9-INT-1 Restoration, Update 11/28
PostPosted: Sep Thu 02, 2021 7:16 pm 
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Todd:

I have the same problem that you and Ed encountered on the RCA. I've been in touch with Ed and he pointed me to your fix but unfortunately that didn't work for me. I am curious, did you try a full alignment on yours before you found your fix?

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 Post subject: Re: RCA 9-INT-1 Restoration, Update 11/28
PostPosted: Sep Fri 24, 2021 8:36 am 
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mpman24 wrote:
Todd:

I have the same problem that you and Ed encountered on the RCA. I've been in touch with Ed and he pointed me to your fix but unfortunately that didn't work for me. I am curious, did you try a full alignment on yours before you found your fix?

Thanks, Mark


I did not do a full alignment as radio preformed well but just shifted. I did not want to fool with it. Only the osc trimmer which would shift my stations on the band dial

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 Post subject: Re: RCA 9-INT-1 Restoration, Update 11/28
PostPosted: Sep Wed 29, 2021 3:32 am 
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Thanks, I was curious if you had. I replaced the LO trimmer and got my full band back, although I can't get it to line up correctly from about 96 and up. I'm tempted not to mess with it but I may give an alignment a go.


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 Post subject: Re: RCA 9-INT-1 Restoration, Update 11/28
PostPosted: Sep Wed 29, 2021 5:24 am 
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Hello Ed,
your welcome and I hope your radio is working well for you .

Sincerely Richard


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 Post subject: Re: RCA 9-INT-1 Restoration, Update 11/28
PostPosted: Sep Wed 29, 2021 11:19 am 
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I purchased the same oscillator trimmer to replace the OEM trimmer (C14) that Mark (mpman24) used to successfully get his FM band working again, but probably won't install it until I have a reason to service the radio again (i.e., bad tube, etc) as I enjoy it now primarily for playing records and CD's.

Here's the information on the trimmer if anyone needs to order one:

P/N: 538-002A3-10 (538-002A3-10)
Product SKU: 2020090612

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https://www.tedss.com/Catalog/Browse?searchString=538-002A3-10&inCategory=-

The trimmer cap is only $12.99, but there is a $25.00 minimum order. There may be other sources for that cap, though.

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