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    A couple of good reference sites

    For those of us who like radios that glow in the dark:

    http://www.kbapps.com/tubemanual.html (the old RCA Receiving Tube Manual online)

    http://www.nj7p.org/Tube4.php (good substitution data, more easily accessible than the above)

    Both of these links are broken. See post #7 below for alternate sources for this data.
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    This deserves a sticky.
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    It's stuck!


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    Quote Originally Posted by ad4mg View Post
    It's stuck!
    Ewww, gross!
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    Sort of related to the above, here's a site that has freely downloadable PDF versions of a bunch of out-of-print tech books with expired copyrights, mostly pre-1960.

    http://www.tubebooks.org/technical_b...20repair...%29

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    Found this one while searching for "Hang AGC" references:

    http://curtiseickerman.weebly.com/technical.html
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    The link referenced by Carl in the first post for NJ7P's tube data has changed. His complete listing of tube data, specs, and manuals can be found here:


    Tube Manual Listing from NJ7P

    The RCA receiving tube manual is available here:

    RCA RC-30 Receiving Tube Manual (copyright 1975)


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