I bought this TV in 1998 at an antique mall in south central Missouri for $75. They said the radio worked but the TV did not. It turned out that they did not understand the interlock between the power switches of the TV and radio/record player. They had the radio on, therefore the TV would not come on. When I got it home and plugged it in, it worked! All the papers were with it. It even had a cardboard piece that slipped behind the control knobs to aid in understanding how to adjust the set. Judging by the papers that came with the set it has never been serviced! Oh, and by the way, I found an ad for it from an old magazine. Would your believe $700+! That would have been 1/5 to 1/10 the cost of a new house!
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