Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Here is a link to a website that list over a dozen sources for antique radio parts and cabinets. There's a good chance one of these listing can help you. http://www.grillecloth.com/other/parts.php
Apparently, there's a big market antique radio restoration. Good luck, I hope you find the part(s) you need.
Posted on Mar 29, 2011
I just googled the image for your radio, I can see that the plastic "stops" look like straps to me, if they are simple plastic straps then you can replace it but you it will be difficult for you to find the exact same piece.
You can visit any antique furniture store in your local area with your broken stop. Show it to them and they should have a replacement. Also you can visit your local hardware store and ask the clerk for a replacement stop. They should be able to "jimmy" one up for you. Finding an authentic stop is not impossible but it will take time to find.
Once you have the stop you can choose to glue it back into place or screw it back on.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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