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  • #1643
    Bob Masse
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    Hi!
    I’m looking for, and willing to pay a fair price for, 2 Rogers R-30 tubes. It is for a 1925 ? ( pat. years 1916-1925) Rogers Batteryless radio Type #832 built by The Standard Radio Corp. Toronto Canada. It presently has #27 tubes instead and I would like to return it to original if possible .I found 3 R-30 tubes so far and need 2 more. Thanks for any info.
    Bob Masse

    Download ROGERS R-30 TUBE.jpg. (Caution: This file may not be virus scanned.)

    #1646
    radionut
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    Do they have to be Rogers or will any make of 30’s do.I have lot of tubes but not organized to good as of yet . Where are you located.
    Bruce Ruttan

    #1649
    Bob Masse
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    Hi! I’m located near Chatham On. Yes they have to be Rogers as they have a certain style and are directly substituted by a #27 tube.
    Thanks for reply.
    Bob Masse

    #1652
    radionut
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    Hi bigbob
    I just got looking through some of the tubes my dad had and came across 2 -30’s in original Rogers boxes . I will test them tomorrow afternoon as I have to go to work for 6am. I am going to Toronto next Thursday so could try and get them to you.If you want to call me we can work this out.(613-542-3179) I have free phone calls in Canada and USA. so if it cost you to call give me your # and I will call you.
    Bruce

    #1654
    radionut
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    Hi bigbob
    I checked the 2 tubes out and they are good.I am going on holiday middle of next week so if I don’t hear from you before then maybe when I get back.
    Bruce

    #1657
    Bob Masse
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    Hi! Bruce,
    I just checked the posting today. I’ll call you soon.
    Bob

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