set produced by the Russian manufacturer "V/O Mashpriborintorg".
Most of the components are mounted on a hinged panel that swings horizonal
(see picture below).
Uses those funny little transistors that look like miniature flying saucers.
I seem to recal that the reception on this set was a tad insensitive.
|SERVICE DATA||I have a copy of the original "Trader" service sheet, a copy of which can also be found on the Vintage Television Service Data CDROM.|
|CURRENT STATE||A few battle scars and missing screws. Worked 20 years ago. Daren't switch it on now.|
|WHERE FOUND||Swapped for a stereo valve radiogram in the 70's. It later did sterling service as a monitor for my then modern Acorn Atom computer, regularly travelling in a ruck sack between home (Bristol) and Manchester University. It was subsequently retired to the attic from whence I rescued it a couple of years ago.|
You can imagine how tightly packed this gets when you try and
fold the PCB back up to its normally vertical position.
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