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Old 27th Nov 2020, 10:49 pm   #1
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Another blast from the past with a picture of yours truly in about 1975 next to a Rediffusion black and white hybrid cable TV set with push buttons and radio mode which ( I think) was via a orange push button. What model is It?
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I'm assuming it MAY be based on a mk13 but I have not seen a similar set on the internet. This set was rented in London and I remember my dad running the set on its end one evening as it was the only way to get a picture! Probably a dodgy valveholder. I remember being fascinated by the glowing valves when the repair man had the back off the set which triggered a lifelong interest.
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