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Old 18th March 2013, 11:58 PM   #11
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Default More info from another link. Still not enough info tho

Here is a link to one like mine.

Antique Radio Forums • View topic - Help with General Electric Tube amp console...

In it there is a pic of a ID tag that implies its a "RC-1710R", or "RC-1711R" or "RC-1714R" depending upon wood construction. Mine is Walnut, so would be a RC-1711R per the tag.

There is also a shot of some Sam's info, but no actual schematic or actual component value data.

Tom-

Hopefully this is enough info for you to find my schematic. <Crossed_fingers>.
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Old 19th March 2013, 03:50 AM   #12
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It's in Sams Photofact folder 620-9, but I don't have that one. I did find a (fuzzy) schematic for RC-3530 which uses the same tubes - email for a copy: tbavis(at)rochester(dot)rr(dot)com.
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Default Tom - I just sent you and e-mail

Thanks in advance.

Wish me luck.
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Default More info, but no answer yet...

I picked up the 2nd General Electric console today and i still ad the model number tag on the back.

It says;
RC-1350A
RC-1351A
RC-1354A

Each means a different wood cab, so I'm sure the insides are the same.

So still looking for a schematic. Maybe the above will sound familiar to someone.

P.S. if you didn't read from the top, I now have 2 of these and no schematic to use for a rebuild.

Thanks for any help you can provide!
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