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Philips G26C585/01:G9 chassis - A Very Rare Colour Set .
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March 11, 2017
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It looks a very nice set, and you have got an excellent picture on it now!

It's nice when you finally fill a hole in your collection that's been waiting for ages.

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Lloyd.

March 12, 2017
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Excellent result Gary , nice to see the set working , I only ever remember seeing one of these in my time as an engineer & never got a chance to repair it as it was scrapped due to a CRT failure 

Chris 

April 19, 2017
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Have seen this set in the flesh great picture .

 

Held a really good account of its self over the Leominster weekend 

well done Gary

April 19, 2017
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Hi Mark , thanks for your compliment this set did run perfectly over the three days for over 30 hrs in total . It's probably more reliable now than it was when new .

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Gary.

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April 19, 2017
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Is the CRT improving with use, the picture looks even better than the earlier one?

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April 20, 2017
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Hi Frank, the crt is really good even from when I first got it working the grayscale and convergence have never been touched so my thinking is that it must have been pensioned off early in it's life . The chap I obtained it from had stored it for twenty years .

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Gary

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