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Posted by1 year ago
= Any idea what magnavox model this is? Can’t seem to figure it out. =

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I couldnt tell you a specific model, but it looks like its from the early 60s, possibly with tubes or one of their first solid state units

Even if the tag is missing, the internals will have chassis numbers written or stamped on them, and sometimes a tube layout paper stapled somewhere inside. The chassis numbers are probably more helpful overall, as those can be used to get the SAM's photofacts that have the schematics and parts lists

It looks like a wonderful little console. I like the simple design

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