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Published on Jul 5, 2013
Me and a friend made a 60 mile trip to a flea market in a neighboring town; and, much to my surprise, among all the modern black and silver plastic crap was buried this circa '66 RCA Victor 23" console color tube television that uses the CTC17 chassis. The CRT was replaced in '69 with a rebuilt RCA Colorama; but, it is about time for it to be replaced again. Also, the flyback has a severe burn hole that extends from the HV rectifier tube plate connection down to the core of the flyback.
I also picked up what's known as the unofficial GE "porta-color III" color TV from '83. This one is dead and I will repair it (or, try to repair it) in a future video.