|Photos donated by Dave Bitters.|
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|The 37-610 console has, of course, the same chassis as the shouldered tombstone version . The speaker is larger, of course (that's the point of the console).|
This one was straightforward to restore (except, as usual, for the pesky center RF deck). It aligned well and plays nicely, except that the volume control has a worn spot in the resistace strip, causing a bit of audio distortion at low volume. Someday I may get around to fixing this problem if I can find a suitable replacement part.
F.W. says, Can anyone help Dave with this part? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you can.
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