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    Posted 4 years ago

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    This is an upright GE clock, radio and record player. The doors fold up and down in front of the radio and record player. The clock and speakers are set in, and they can come out completely. I got it at a thrift store. I cannot find any information about it. I have contacted several radio enthusiasts with no luck. It is in really wonderful condition and everything works. I would like to find an owners manual for it. I even contacted General Electric and they recommended I contact a museum that displays GE stuff, never heard back from them.

    It is 53" tall and 22" wide. The label on the back says it is model G 503 g.

    Any information anyone can give me would be appreciated! I have a horizontal stereo console, but have never seen a vertical one.


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    1. fleafinder fleafinder, 4 years ago
    2. Cweetleaf76, 4 years ago
      Hello Mrs Howell, I have the same radio and same difficulties as u regarding finding any information on it. I absolutely love mine and would love to find at least a owner's manual. I bought mine at a yard sale and it is in working condition. My model no is G504g the only difference I can see is our radios are different.
    3. MrsHowell55, 4 years ago
      Cweetleaf76, I can't find any information about this. What would you call it? A tower console or upright console?
    4. Jayopim Jayopim, 3 years ago
      I just purchased the same unit and on the back there is a sticker that reads ( This set is not for sale pre production sample)

    5. MrsHowell55, 3 years ago
      Jayopim, that would explain why these are so hard to find! Have you been able to put a value on it?
    6. Vintagebabe Vintagebabe, 2 years ago
      I have beeen trying for years to get more information on this wonderful piece! Mine has no clock but has 2 sets of speakers! I love it! It was my grandparents! This is the first time I have ever seen another one similar to mine. I hope we can gather more information
    7. Chuckmc1, 2 years ago
      Hi: I just run across this picture and was surprised to see how many have shown up out there. I worked for GE in the Decatur, Il. plant that made this model. I have one that is the same as yours without the clock option. My crew built these and I liked it so well I bought one for myself. It is not likely you could get an owners manual anymore, but you should get many years of use from it. Feel free to contact me if you wish at Chuck McMullen
    8. Djcriddle, 11 months ago
      My in-laws recently found one at a thrift store tag reads G 502 g. Looks just like the one in the pictures. Anyone get a value on it yet? They are antique collectors and were just wondering.
    9. MrsHowell55, 11 months ago
      Djeriddle, I have not been able to get a value yet. It really is a great piece. Do your in-laws' have the brass hinged handles?
    10. Sb1088, 20 days ago
      I recently found the same piece. Does anyone know how to adjust the sound of the turntable and set the clock? Or was anyone able to come across a manual.

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