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Show n Tell - November
Theme is Radios that begin with B, C, D or Your Oldest Radio
These are among the oldest radios we have displayed. Which one do you think is the oldest?
This wire wrapping tool was demonstrated by Mark to show how
Aries method of replacing components can be enhanced.
Cut the old part, leaving the leads long. Then curl the leads on the
new component, and slip them over the old leads. Solder and you
have a nice, secure joint.
You can snap together several 9 V batteries to make
a ‘B’ battery for your old battery radios.
It is a LOT cheaper than an exact replacement.