ID a couple components from a valve radio

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  1. bug13

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    Hi guys

    Can someone tell me what are the two white cylinder thing on the right? And what are the cylinder thing with aluminum casing/shielding (between two valves) on the left?

    Thanks a lot guys!

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  2. debe

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    2 objects on the right are wire wound resistors with adjustable taps. Shielded can is a IF transformer.
     
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  3. bug13

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    Oh, and I forgot to ask, what are those four holes on the lower left? They are labeled as A, T, PU and M?
     
  4. debe

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    A is usualy for external aerial. PU is pickup (record player) don't know what T or M are.
     
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  5. Dodgydave

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    T is "Earth" M may be microphone, PU record player, A aerial, looks like there is a dipole loop aerial around the case.

    on the right as previously said Resistors, and IF can shields.

    what's the model number?
     
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