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One of GE's most popular TVs of 1949. This is the chassis which I first learned about television repair in the mid 1950s. A 10" model in a Bakelite cabinet.

The above images include two functional views of this set while in operation after my recent restoration. The content was provided from a DVD player that fed composite video to an RF converter that supplied the antenna input signal.

Although this TV was a low priced model of it's day, it's a well designed fringe area performer with two RF stages. Its design is one of the earliest of the low-end, series strung filament chassis. However, GE did not make any short cuts with the important circuits. It features a 25 tube circuit (20 tubes) with 3 IFs.

All in all, an excellent performing little set and one of my all time favorite TV's.

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