Two (2) tubes have been replaced, and a spare 1LN5 is included (a NOS tube from 1944; the other boxes are empty but good for display). Also included are the SAM'S Photofacts, with listings of parts and a schematic. Repair of this radio gave me fits!
Everything checked and double-checked, cross-checked with the Photofacts, etc. And it still wouldn't work. It finally took a very careful comparison of what I was seeing in the radio with the details in the schematic and Photofacts.
It was then that I discovered the Photofacts has mislabeled the location of two tubes!! Once I swapped the tubes, it fired right up! Reception (in my area) is very good. It takes about 30 seconds for the tubes to warm up; you'll get a lot of static while that happens. Once the set is warmed up, reception is generally strong and clear, especially at night.
The antenna is a Zenith "Wavemagnet" that is located on the inside of the lid. In general, a very nice, rare specimen! The item "Zenith 6G001YX Long Distance Universal Tube Radio (1946)" is in sale since Tuesday, October 8, 2019.
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Radio, Phonograph, TV, Phone\Radios\Tube Radios\1930-49". The seller is "kirkle_3" and is located in Bloomington, Indiana. This item can be shipped worldwide.