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Ad Number:1495188
Date Placed:06/30/20
Name:Geoffrey Fors
Phone Number:(831) 484-9105
Callsign:WB6NVH
Category:RADIOANQ
Heading:WANTED: Wireless Set 19 Tube Shields
Ad Message:Some polecat went off with the tube shields from my WWII military Wireless Set 19 Mk II (the US made one with the Russian writing.) Has anyone in North America got a scrap set or a parts junkbox that might have some of these? They are the cylindrical style that fit over ST-shaped 1930's tubes and there seems to be no standard or uniform size, which is why I say they are for the WS 19. They are two piece with a little domed hat on top (see photo for example, not my radio.) Hoping to avoid having to look for frozen juice cans in Walmart and then attacking them with a nibbler tool and tin snips.
Geoff
WB6NVH
Monterey CA USA

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