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July 13, 2009

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Hubert

question, I just inherited a Granada 61, it been in the family since new but is not working, I know very little about these, someone mentioned to change the "tubes" . I looked inside and see one is cracked nothing lights up when I plug in. Any idea where to get parts ?

thanks

Angelo

Hubert: Did you try E-Bay? I think there are a few websites that sell old radio parts too----tubes and such.

Lloyd

What size banana plug? Every one I find is too small. 😕

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