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bwahaha! a tuning fork! get this...(nt)


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Have to remember that most of the AM radio of the 70's and 80's needed to be tuned to work properly, most of the time, there was small hole on the faceplate to slide a small screew driver in it to rotate a tunable capacitor to "fine tune" the reception...

Pat (was a car accessories installer for at least 10 years, now a electronic enginner)

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