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With a week of web development out of the road I turned my attention to restoring a recent purchase and as can be seen in the photo, things have turned out quite well.

The brown AWA Radiolette shown below is the result of a clean up, repolish and replacement of some defective components.

AWA Radiolette model R29

This is an R29 from 1935 and for its 73 years it is doing quite well. It will need some further component replacement soon though because I don't have a circuit diagram I have decided to leave this non-essential work until one becomes available.

If anyone can help me out with a circuit diagram for an R29 (with component values marked if possible) I would be pleased to hear from them. Wink


A valve a day keeps the transistor away...

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