- December 28, 2019 at 12:01 am #12693
I have recently been given a Canadian General Electric Model H-76 radio. I want to start the restoration of it however I cannot find the schematics. I have searched the Radio Collage of Canada indexes but cannot find a match. Does anyone know if this radio went by some other name or point me in the direction where I can find the schematics?
I can find the model on radiomuseum.org (https://www.radiomuseum.org/r/canadian_g_h_76.html) but there is just no information on it.
Thanks in advanceDecember 28, 2019 at 2:20 am #12695Sterling SpurrellCVRS Member
Here is a link where you can buy and download it.
https://antiqueradioschematics.org › ge-canadaDecember 28, 2019 at 7:44 am #12698Dan WalkerCVRS Member
The RCC cross reference for the GE H-76 shows it to be the same as Victor 48.
i hope this gives you more places to look for the schematics.
Dan in CalgaryDecember 28, 2019 at 7:59 am #12699Dan WalkerCVRS Member
I have the schematics for the Victor 48 [from the red book]
I can scan it and send it to you if I have your email.
The tubes listed for it are
I can’t find anywhere on this forum where I can send you a personal message
Please let me know if you can read this copy……
Dan in Calgary.
- This reply was modified 4 weeks, 1 day ago by Dan Walker. Reason: adding schematic
Attachments:December 28, 2019 at 3:57 pm #12722
Thanks for the info but this schematic doesn’t match up and it is listing the wrong tubes. I really don’t want to pay for the schematic if I don’t have to.
The tubs for the radio I have is as follows:
I really just need to know the value of the multi capacitor. I was just going to replace it with two 15uf 600V electrolytic caps and see what that does :). Unfortunately, the cap does not have any markings on it.
Here are some pictures.
Attachments:December 28, 2019 at 4:48 pm #12738John GreenlandCVRS Member
Merry Christmas all,
There is a minor conundrum here —– According to the Radio Museum site the H-76 has 6 tubes.
Dan is showing 7 ???????
BTW the H76-B and the H-76-BV have 7 tubes.
Is there another Victor match, perhaps ?
VO1 CATDecember 28, 2019 at 5:20 pm #12741
Hi John, 7 tubes is correct. The radio museum specs are wrong. I have already requested a change. The difference between the info Dan has provided and what I find on the radio is the tubes are older than the one I have. My initial thought is there is a newer model. I am going to look at the H76-B and the H-76-BV as you suggested to see if the tube values are at least a match.
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