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Under duress, of course, I agreed to accompany my wife to a flea market (after swearing to myself that I would buy nothing!). But then encountered a Jewel Wakemaster, one of two models this short-lived Canadian manufacturer produced. And once again, the best laid plans went astray.
Oh, yeah, there was one more thing: a GE C-411 radio-phonograph. 🙁
You are a Devil Don! That Jewel’s nice though. The schematic is on its way to you (wait a minute, I thought you were Mr. Schematics?).
Thanks, Gerry! I guess my (schematic) limitation has been exposed. … And so have you as the go to guy! 🙂
somewhere I have a Jewel bedside clock radio, not quite like that one. I recall seeing an ad that said something to the effect of “only sold in jewelery stores” I thought maybe Birks, or someone like that carried the line. Phil
Do you still have the clock radio model Phil? Is it in good condition? Want to part with it?
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