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 Post subject: Philco 37-610 glass dial cover
PostPosted: May Mon 27, 2019 3:26 pm 
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Just finished the electrical on a Philco 37-610 table top, and noticed the dial glass is a convex piece of glass,.. Not flat like I've seen in the past..
I dont seem to be able to find anything on the web that looks like it..
Was this a thing, or did someone in the past replace this?

Stan


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 Post subject: Re: Philco 37-610 glass dial cover
PostPosted: May Tue 28, 2019 3:52 pm 
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images...
http://www.tuberadioland.com/files/phil ... B_a_12.jpg
https://vintagetubeelectronics.com/wp-c ... 0T-001.jpg

If it looks bad...
or, it keeps you awake at night, change it.

Traditional picture framing glass - is known in the trade as two mill float (2mm thick).
:) Greg.


oh... superior glass.
Tru-Vue (museum) glass - Specialist Invisible Glass.
this glass product is unmatched with its amazing clarity...
https://www.wessexpictures.com/museum_glass.html

Available in the US at a good picture framing store.


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