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This site provides resources and information for you, the amateur Philco radio collector and restorer. Please note that The Philco Repair Bench does not repair radios nor does it sell radios, radio cabinets, radio parts or restoration supplies of any kind. Got a question not answered on this site? Please contact us directly and we'll do our best to answer it or put you in touch with someone who can.

read more › This section's purpose is to disseminate service information, hints and tips. It includes personal troubleshooting info, tips from newsgroups and various issues of the Philco Serviceman bulletins. If you have any favorite or applicable Philco servicing hints, links or tips you'd like to share here with everyone, just contact me and I'll add your information. DISCLAIMER: These service tips are provided here as a convenience to my site visitors. Use them at your own risk. A solid working knowledge of vintage electronics is essential in using these service tips.

read more › The Philco Tube Manual can help identify unknown Philco radios chassis. It includes all models from 1929 through and including 1938 models. The data tables and chassis socket layout diagrams from this 1937 tube manual can help you determine if you have a particular chassis or have incorrect tubes in your chassis from a previous repair or service. There is also a cross-reference model-locating table to use to find models listed under others which have the same socket layout.

read more › Many of the parts listed with their corresponding part numbers can be found in the Philco Service Bulletins for early models from 1928 to around 1936. Ever wonder about those unidentified parts that only have a part number stamped on them? Now you can find their values. Please note that these listings are not all inclusive. Data reprinted from the Replacement Parts Listing, Philco Form No. 3110B, Kansas City Philco Company, Kansas City, Missouri, (1931) and Philco Parts Catalog, 1941 Ed., Reference Listings and other Philco parts catalogs 1935, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1941, 1945.

read more › The short answer is no, sorry. This website is dedicated to antique Philco radios from the 1928 through 1947 time period. I do not have any information on antique television or tv, Predicta tv, stereo or stereophonic systems, Philco vintage music system, retro turntables, jukeboxes, recorders, CD players, DVD players, VCR's, tape recorders, clock radios, microwave ovens, stoves, air conditioners, dehumidifiers, kitchen appliances, refrigerators, washing machines, washer/dryers, IR or infrared remote codes, phonograph needles or Philco-Ford products.

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