A new audio transformer (Figure 6)
was installed on top of the chassis to work with the new 8" 8ohm speaker
(figure 7) that was ordered for this radio.
For convenience sake, new speaker terminals as
well as, a new antenna terminal were placed on the back lip of the
radio. See Figure 6.
Electrolytics as well as, the paper capacitors were replaced in the
radio. See Figure 8.
Finally, all controls were treated with DEOXIT - Frequency alignment was
checked. The radio proved to be very sensitive without any external
This was NOT a
restoration, but more of a complete repair/rebuild. Though the chassis
retained a great deal of rust, once in the cabinet, the radio would
appear to be almost new because of the reproduction dial and its