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Post  OVERLORD on Sat Oct 24, 2015 4:54 pm

A few weeks ago, I asked Kirt if he could provide a link to CEF on his website. I just discovered a short article on his website's homepage with a link to our forum. Thanks Kirt!!

http://www.airplanesandrockets.com/

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Post  Admin on Sat Oct 24, 2015 7:33 pm

Oh now that's nice! Thumbs Up Is Kirt a member on here? Great site, I haven't been to it before. I'm looking at his 1941 Crosley Console Restoration. I have a 1939 RCA K-60 Console that is waiting to be recapped and have tuning friction roller replaced. It still works, very sensitive tuner, sounds great but I have to get those paper caps replaced as they can blow and short out possibly taking the transformer or speaker field coil with it (good luck finding replacements for those).

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Post  Kim on Sun Oct 25, 2015 6:27 pm

Need to shoot him a note and get him on here...if he has the time! Used to trade E-mails a lot a few years ago, and still have my 'RF Engineers' mug.
To this day, I still ain't got a clue what all the charts and graphs on it mean, but I sure feel smart when I'm drinking coffee from it !

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