Vintage Radio, Record Player, Amplifier and
Television schematics, service manuals and circuit diagrams by E-mail
Search for your Schematic
The Search Page allows you to search for schematics and service manuals
in the following publications:-
Specify the make and model if you know it, alternatively start with "Make" only,
- M.N. Beitman Radio Diagrams (1926..1969)
- J.F. Rider's Perpetual Troubleshooters (1920..1954)
- Radio and Television Servicing, RTV (1945-1986)
- Trader Service sheets (1933-1969) ALL ERT Trader sheets no. 1 to 1900
- Broadcaster magazine Supplements (1934..1942)
- Crosley Broadcaster Service Supplements (1929..1942)
- My pre-scanned schematics collection.
and then narrow down by specifying a "Model" if there are many results, or
leave "Make" blank and search for model if you are uncertain of manufacturer.
If you are looking for a military set where the manufacturer is uncertain
or multi-sourced try using "military" as the make.
You can use this as a free index lookup if you have the books! Or buy using the
link provided in the results. If there is more than one schematic available
for a particular model, I usually send all, there is no need to order all of them.
The search logic is slightly "fuzzy" in that it's case insensitive and ignores punctuation
so, model TR-510 is the same as tr510, and G.E.C is the same as "gec".
If you need a hard copy printed E-mail for prices.
Please check the the email address associated with your PayPal account is correct,
or email me seperately after ordering. I will put a note on the website if I am away
or cannot scan or send schematics for some reason,
otherwise email me if you have not heard from me within a day of ordering.
If an image of a book bearing the words "To Scan" appears in the search results,
that indicates the item requires scanning from the Radio and Television Servicing books "RTV"
I can only do this if I am at home, and it may take a little longer than usual,
I will put a notice on the website if I'm going to be away for more than half a day.
A '*' after a page number indicates this is a cross reference to a previous volume
in which case I will send the cross ref. information AND the schematic from the previous volume.
which will probably be a different manufacturer producing the same set under licence or re-branded.
If "Cross Reference" appears in the search result, search again for the alternate manufacturer/model
listed, by clicking on its link (example below)
A '!' after a page number indicates this is suplimentary to information given in a previous
volume, I will send the earlier information AND the suplimentary information.