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Rogers Model 400

Posted by Mike on 04/19/2009 12:44

:Hi MIke - you're better off to post that question here --
:http://www.canadianvintageradio.com/phpbb3/phpBB3/
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:I sold a 420 and a 250 to a fellow in Ottawa - you could also post the question here -- http://ovrc.org/phpBB3/index.php
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:Ed Krausher probably has info - I probably do too - but it might take awhile to free up time to find it.
:I have another one similar right now - but I don't know the model number off hand - I have pictures of the 420 and the 250 if that helps.
: There used to be a virtual museum at Rogers corporate website -and it had some great pictures - but I tried it a couple of days ago and I couldn't get it to come back up - Now that Ted Rogers jr. is deceased maybe the company doesn't feel the need to honour Ted Rogers SR.'s accomplishments anymore.
:Steve

Thanks for the reply. I know what you mean I dont know what happen to that site either since the death of Ted Jr. Getting harder to find info on some of these radios as well. I do have some info on the model I have and did see another one on the canadian vintage site as well but not much more. I just know from the photo it was missing the 210 tube as well not. The other problem I have is the r-32 tubes in this radio test poor but that was tested by a freind with a test that they dont know how to calibrate against his tester. So if anyone would have the test info for these tube.

Mike



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