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Circa 1948, Motorola's most popular late 1940's TV. This  was  an  inexpensive TV for it's time  made for  the budget minded. The VT-71 is not  one of the  best circuit  designs of the time but does well with a good signal. Most TV's of this era had 20 or more tubes (some as many as 30), while this one only had 15. Some versions could only tune up to 8 channels and had to be  pre-set for for you local stations. Channel positions: 2 or 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9, 10 or 11 & 12 or 13.

Read my write-up about operating your vintage TV.

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