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BRC/Thorn Chassis Guide

 
crustytv
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The chassis guide has been further updated, it now contains even more models and is accurate as of June 1984. As and when I get more models and time permits, it will be further enhanced.

Hopefully this will end up as the definitive guide to the Thorn stable, right from the 700 series Phase II thru to TX series.

https://www.radios-tv.co.uk/vintage-electronics-blog-forum/brc-thorn-chassis-guide/

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Topic starter Posted : 23/06/2020 11:49 am
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crustytv
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Thorn chassis guide (link above) further updated to include models as of Oct 1985. It now includes many more TX90 and TX100. This is where the numbering diverged from the norm, gone are the "3" prefix, in comes 4 characters like 20A1 (20") and 59B3 (59cm).

 

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Topic starter Posted : 26/06/2020 10:43 am
crustytv
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Chassis guide now contains visuals up to TX99, no model data yet for TX85,90 and just two for the TX99

p.s.

Shame issue 38 is missing as part 1 of the ICC5 was started in that. Issue 39 continues with part 2. Bet there was a picture of the ICC5 chassis in P1

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Topic starter Posted : 01/07/2020 10:40 am
crustytv
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Correction to my previous post, the chassis guide now contains many more TX100's and now has model data for TX85,TX86,TX89, TX90, TX99, TX250 and ICC5. Found in a latter issue of Feedback remotes. If viewing via a PC you will have access to the documents table of contents, fast hyperlinks. The TC is there for mobiles and tablets but you'll have to jump to the end of the document. One of the many drawbacks viewing on a small device.

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Topic starter Posted : 01/07/2020 11:44 am
crustytv
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Huge update to the Thorn chassis guide. I must start collating the very earliest 500 and 600 series chassis data. However, currently the guide covers from the equally early 700 series, right up to the ICC5. Not sure how many folk will find or appreciate the info on the much later models, but I might as well keep on going whilst the info is emerging.

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Topic starter Posted : 03/07/2020 10:17 am