Pretty un-inspired cabinet design that became typical of the mid 50's,
with two clusters of controls and the front and some additional controls
tucked into recesses at the side. However this one feels a lot smaller
than many of it's contempories.
|SERVICE DATA||I have an electronic copy of the "Trader" service sheet 1258/T105.|
set has probably seen plenty of action. The CRT is a replacement branded
"Longlife", and almost every one of the original Mullard valves
has been replaced by either later Solus and Tungsram valves, some of which
have themselves have clearly seen some action as witnessed by the blackening
ot the Tungsram 21A6 ( = PL81 line output).
|WHERE FOUND||Out the back of the car park at the Watery Skip antique shop, next to the skip, for a fiver. Apparently fresh from a very recent house clearance, it was even still tuned to channel 4 (Birmingham) and I managed to bag it before it rained.|
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