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Name:Joyce L. Glass
Email:joyceglass{at}live.com
Where are
you from:
NJ (right now) but will be relocating to VA soon
Comments:Hello DJR, I've enjoyed your website! I'm wondering if the restoring you've done is solely for your own enjoyment or do/would you do restoration work on other people's vintage TV sets as well? My husband and I have a Crosley TV, model no. 11-446MU, that is in nice condition given it's 66 years old! This Crosley belonged to my late parents. Hubby and I are trying to determine whether it's possible to restore the set by finding someone who is skilled at doing the work or whether the whole idea is a futile one and we should just repurpose the cabinet and as many of the TV's parts as possible into a cool-looking mini bar. My first choice would be to restore the Crosley so I look forward to hearing from you with any info. on possible restorers you might be able to suggest/recommend. Thanks very much! JLG
September 10, 2017 15:23:40 (GMT Time)



Name:Verl
Email:vb40541{at}windstream.net
Where are
you from:
nebraska
Comments:looking for info Heathkit CT-1 and EYE tube 1629.
October 10, 2014 14:39:17 (GMT Time)



Name:bigDude1@aol.com
Email:
Where are
you from:
Glendale AZ
Comments:How much can you bench anyways? I can bench over 200lbs. I bet. You don't evan workout
January 17, 2014 18:05:59 (GMT Time)



Name:bigDude1
Email:binglejellsm{at}aol.com
Where are
you from:
glendale az
Comments:you think your tough with stupid old tv sets? I bet I can kick you ass and then smash all those crap tvs and radios. Japan is better for electonsic stuff anyways. You better take this crap off the internet or you get a ass pounding if we ever meet. I hate your sight
January 17, 2014 16:58:05 (GMT Time)



Name:Jay
Email:jjarkens{at}gmail.com
Where are
you from:
Michigan
Comments:I found your website as I was looking around for information on a 1950/51 RCA Victor TV 6T64. Because have one and do not know much about it.
January 6, 2014 23:17:41 (GMT Time)



Name:barry richard
Email:barry5763{at}hotmail.com
Where are
you from:
Miami, Fl
Comments:I am seeking to purchase TV of this era not working Ok
January 3, 2014 22:22:14 (GMT Time)



Name:Jeremy S
Email:
Where are
you from:
Indiana
Comments:Great to see your webpage again (for some reason I remember it being offline for a while)! I have yet to restore my first vintage TV, but I will definitely look to you for advise when I do.
December 19, 2013 17:46:18 (GMT Time)



Name:Gunnar Sundin
Email:060552217gunnar{at}telia.com
Where are
you from:
Sweden
Comments:I have an unused 7JP4 television picture tubes. purchased about 1960. stored in the container, it is of interest to someone.
November 26, 2013 09:56:50 (GMT Time)



Name:Donald
Email:Mitchell
Where are
you from:
Bradford Tn. 38316
Comments:Nice website! drmitch@antiqueradios.com
May 4, 2013 11:02:03 (GMT Time)



Name:Steve Dichter
Email:Stevetek{at}webtv.net
Where are
you from:
Hollywood Hills, Ca.
Comments:
December 8, 2012 06:05:53 (GMT Time)



Name:Ralf Graebner
Email:mail{at}ralfgraebner.com
Where are
you from:
Brooklyn, NY
Comments:Hello David, I found your website, looks like my old Gotham Visionaire found a worthy new owner! How cool would it be if you got that TV running again! Maybe you just have to plug it in and turn it on, I don't know, I never dared. ;) Have fun with the TV and please send me pictures once you get it to run! Best - Ralf
August 24, 2012 06:01:36 (GMT Time)



Name:Dave Goodling
Email:djsa{at}comcast.net
Where are
you from:
Strasburg PA
Comments:I Probably was here before. There are a few radio guys (I'm one also) in my area, but NO TV guys. My story is similar to yours BUT I never did broadcast. I had a soldering iron in my hands since 1974.
April 6, 2012 16:03:31 (GMT Time)



Name:Jerry Gibbemeyer
Email:jerrtyg{at}yahoo.com
Where are
you from:
Miami Florida
Comments:Just joined video Karma. I find your site very interesting and informative. I'm sure we will chat and hopefully become friends on Video Karma.
April 2, 2012 03:44:30 (GMT Time)



Name:Rob Morris
Email:Robmo32{at}yahoo.com
Where are
you from:
Salem,oh
Comments:Hello,I googled 9tw333 and found your site.yours looks the same as mine.the set was my grandpas and my mother and me got it out of the 200 year old brick home .the home has seen better days wish we could restore it.the records will spin and tubes light up but could use a restoration .i am a diesel mechanic and drag racer .i would love to get it working .the cabinet looks terrific.drop me a line about it ,look forward to learning more.
December 12, 2011 00:29:08 (GMT Time)



Name:dave Goodling
Email:davgoodlin{at}pa.gov
Where are
you from:
Reading-Lancaster Penna
Comments:You have a similar past to mine. Joe Lucas, a wacky and quite brilliant instructor at Lincoln Technical Institute in Allentown PA taught his classes how tube circuits (and also transistors) worked, a full 6 years after I acquired my rescue and restore sickness. I was the only person my age interested in tubes, let alone working as a bench tech in a TV shop at age 16. Still alone out here.
November 15, 2011 14:20:02 (GMT Time)



Name:Rob Grant
Email:rg3d{at}yahoo.com
Where are
you from:
Michigan
Comments: I'll have to go over more details of "TV On the Porch" later. It's nice to hear from someone who appreciates the B&W sets of the late 1950's (neglected by collectors) I had come to love these 21" B&W sets as a teenager in the late 70s/early 80s - I would find these sets thrown out, clean them up, and replace the bad tube (or make the right adjustment) to get it working. Mom unplugged the "Telelab" when it got the point there was a big B&W set in every room - I could call it "TV From the Curb".
October 9, 2011 17:22:33 (GMT Time)



Name:Alan R. Henry
Email:alanhenryp{at}aol.com
Where are
you from:
Port St. Lucie, Florida
Comments:I like your site a lot, I found it linked off of Videokarma, great pictures of great sets, I especially love the General Electric products. More pictures please!
September 11, 2011 11:27:58 (GMT Time)



Name:Sandy Geiger
Email:chg111{at}hotmail.com
Where are
you from:
Rogersville, TN
Comments:Great site !!
July 7, 2011 01:48:27 (GMT Time)



Name:Keith Beesley
Email:keith1226{at}yahoo.com
Where are
you from:
Seattle, WA
Comments:Hi, don't have any old TVs (other than a 1970 Panasonic bw portable that I've owned since new!) but I love looking at them. Keep up the good work!
June 10, 2011 08:29:19 (GMT Time)



Name:Steve Alexander
Email:kx5v{at}cableone.net
Where are
you from:
Gulfport, Mississippi
Comments:Very nice collection of TVs. Thanks for sharing.
May 10, 2011 16:11:32 (GMT Time)



Name:Ron Eustis
Email:ron.eustis{at}comcast.net
Where are
you from:
Chicago
Comments:Your web site really sucks. Too much content. Looks like you are some kind of loser. You are an author? NFW!
April 27, 2011 01:36:43 (GMT Time)



Name:Jerry Seaman a.k.a. Radionovice
Email:jdseaman{at}bellsouth.net
Where are
you from:
Dallas, GA
Comments:
April 26, 2011 01:56:12 (GMT Time)