There were a vast number of G8’s that were made over its seven year period, this article try’s to bring you as many as I could find. There are some black and white photos included from supplements found in a G8 service manual, this helps to demonstrate the variety of TVs produced with this chassis.
As mentioned above, Its not surprising there were so many, the G8 replaced the G6 and was manufactured between 1970 and 1977, which is quite a considerable run. I’ve been trying to add a G8 to the collection, it took a few years but one has finally been sourced see here.
If you’re repairing a G8 then you’ll be interested in the “Stock Faults” and “Servicing the sets G8” article. Of course members get access to the service library data as well. Then there’ setting up the output balancing see here
If you have any thoughts experiences or memories you would like to share regarding this range of sets, or the G8 chassis in general then please leave a comment below.