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This radio caught my eye, but is it likely to overheat due to the chassis being inverted?
That’s an unusual configuration for a table radio Gary. I have seen the odd floor model with inverted chassis, but it would have more room to breathe in the larger cabinet. At least with this inverted arrangement, the chassis wouldn’t collect any dust 😉
It does not look to have any signs of heat damage (discolouration/warping of the case, blackening of the chassis or inside of the case), so I would not avoid it because of that concern.
Thanks guys, I had never seen an upside down chassis like that before. There is a vent on top and it looks to be very clean so I may go for it.
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