This is working but will need some work so please read the description. I brought this home from an estate and spent 8 hours slowly powering it up to 1/2 power then another 8 hours leaving it play on 1/2 power to break it back in. It pulls FM stations quite well and plays clear on FM and FM stereo with strong signal strength on the meter. The pair of tape input jacks won't work until you put a button on the switch at the front. They work if you partially depress the switch but the switch doesn't stay depressed without the button on it.
I got no response from the left and right phono jacks on the far left hand side of the receiver. The other 2 sets of phono jacks worked as well as the rest of the jacks. All of the lights work.
5 of the nobs on the front are not original--they are off of a vintage Pioneer. Some one at the estate sale robbed the 5 nobs off of it. One of the original nobs has a large chip out of the dark gray/black secondary nob in the rear and a few have some scuffing. Face is nice cosmetically as is the rest of the unit. Since it worked I didn't pull and test any of the tubes.I think the far left rear power tube is bad as it glows through the whole tube and the other 3 do not. I played this for 8 hours straight when i was done checking it out. 4 hours with a cassette player plugged into the aux jacks and another 4 on FM stereo. It gets fairly hot running the cassette player but gets quite hot with all the FM tubes fired up so it needs to be operated in a well ventilated area. Size is 17 3/4" wide by 15 3/4" deep by 6 1/4 tall.
Original box has tears and has writing on it and is quite stained up. Weighs 42 lbs before packing. Original box is 20 1/2" x 19" x 8 and I will put it in another box too. The items I sell Might or Might not be from a smoke free home. Most items are used and vintage and smoking occurred in almost 50% of the homes in the US at one time.
Don't ask me to smell them because I cannot. 1 3/4 hours from Washington DC. 10 minutes off of Exit 4 of Interstate 83 in Pa.
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The item "Kenwood 1100U Automatic AM/FM Stereo Receiver Tube Type Working" is in sale since Sunday, September 8, 2013. This item is in the category "Consumer Electronics\Vintage Electronics\Vintage Audio & Video\Vintage Amplifiers & Tube Amps".
The seller is "keepit-simple" and is located in Stewartstown, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped to United States.