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This Bremer-Tully kit is from 1925…I will try to get this one going. All components are in place and appear to be original. The tuning capacitors were seized but I managed to figure out what to do to get them moving again…all other parts check out fine except for the main A battery supply power switch. It uses 5 tubes ( 4 of 201A and 1 of 200A ) …it had three of the five tubes in it and one was a 200A…I have yet to test them..
The Bremer Tully kit from 1925 is up and running…it is quite a good sounding radio and quite sensitive for being tested in our basement with a 20 foot wire antenna…
This radio used high quality components and the one thing that stands out are the locking tube sockets.
When tuning, one has a total of 7 controls to fiddle with so I can see how this could become tiresome after a while if changing stations frequently.
I just have to redo the oak enclosure and call it a day on this one!
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