After several attempts at IF alignment on this set, I cant loose a slight "double hump" when in wide selectivity. I am sure it is down the the mechanicalsifisi155
Thanks Chris, have now located them - I missed out on finding these! Gee. Will see what I can find. regards, David ... Thanks Chris, have now located them - Idavid.mearman
Thanks David The circuit is in the 1935 Eddystone Short Wave Manual which can be downloaded from EUG website Chris Sent from my iPhoneg0eyo
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