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    Gerry
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    I am hoping that someone could help me with some information about these radios.
    The first is a GE S-22-X Tombstone.
    The second is a floor model Marconi ham radio with a turntable.

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    #14286
    Sterling Spurrell
    CVRS Member

    Here is a link you are looking for.
    https://www.radiomuseum.org/r/general_el_rca_s22x.html

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    Dan Walker
    CVRS Member

    You might find something here concerning the Marconi.,and you might want to keep a copy of it for future reference.
    I got it somewhere on the internet
    Dan in Calgary

    http://jproc.ca/marconi/home_ent/index.html

    #14289
    Sterling Spurrell
    CVRS Member

    Great info Dan . I have a model X and was years looking for a schematic. Do you have any info on how many were made of that model?

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    Grant Sesak
    CVRS Member

    i got the sister to the S-22, the RCA R-7 just finished restoring it, YIKES! wish i never started. big project with lots of parts. all 3 transformers and all caps and resistors of course. also the dial (radio daze) and new rubber chassis mounts and tunning roller rubber (renovated radio) .Be warned this radio has no AVC, but not necessarily a big deal.If you need #45 tubes you will be in shock when you see how much they are. i was lucky to have a few used ones. my problem is volume goes up and down on its own. usually flipping a light switch nearby causes volume to return to normal when it drops down by itself.this really has me scratching my head.if you got any ideas, let me know.good info on RCA R-7 can be found by searching “RCA Victor service notes for 1931-32”

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