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bakelite plugs of radio Philco 60, 84, 620, 610 ......???? - Mauricio - 09-08-2006 04:43 PM
one questions, each model of radio philco has a different bakelite plug ???????
o all philco radio have the same model ?
can you send to me page o pictures of bakelite plugs of model ??
thank you, Mauricio
- Ron Ramirez - 09-19-2006 01:34 PM
Are you referring to the bakelite speaker plugs, or what? Please feel free to elaborate.
plugs of radio - Mauricio - 11-05-2006 08:24 PM
hello again, not the plugs of speaker, i look for the model of plugs of finish of cable of the radio philco annes 30
Philco 60, 610, 620, 84, .....
my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ron Ramirez - 11-09-2006 01:28 AM
Do you mean the AC plug at the end of the power cord?
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thank you, one questions ? - Mauricio - 11-09-2006 05:15 PM
Thank you Rom, one questions,
all bakelite plugs the philco radio annes 30 are same model ?
in the pictutes there are 3 bakelite plugs, are all the same model ? because the plugs of the left have not the drawing
sorry my ingles is bad, thank you Rom
- Ron Ramirez - 11-09-2006 05:58 PM
The plug on the left differs slightly in style from the others, but this is the basic design of AC plugs as used on nearly all vintage radios, lamps, and other household appliances of the late 1920s through most of the 1930s.
Hard to pull out of the wall socket...not exactly the safest things ever made. Modern replacements are safer to use:
thank Rom, one questions - Mauricio - 11-09-2006 10:50 PM
i have much bakelite plugs of radio of this, but i look for the model of philco exact, because i colector of radio, and i want that my radios has all pieces origianal , incluse the plugs
i have some squematic but in this paper put L-943a, but i have not pictures.
do you know which is the model exasct the radios philco annes 30 ? 620, 60, 37-84 etc
thank you, Maruicio
- Ron Ramirez - 11-10-2006 12:20 AM
I've seen both kinds, and other very similar styles, not only on the 1930s Philcos, but on other vintage radio models.
I wouldn't be concerned about the exact AC plug, since they do seem to vary on surviving sets. But to each his own...