Belmont Radio Corp. 910 Export Schematic

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Model:910 Export
Manufacturer:Belmont Radio Corp.

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PROCEDURE FOR SMG THE AUTOMATIC
TUNER mms:

IMPORTANT-READ CAREFULLY BEFORE SETTING
THE AUTOMATIC LEVERS:

There are eight levers on the dial by means of which eight
stations may be selected, (See "B", Fig, Z)?

Make a list of local stations you tune in regularly; any num-
ber up to and including 8.

Punch out from the set of station call letter tabs supplied,
the call letters of the stations you have selected.

Above each automatic anne.- iever an opening in the escutch-
een is provided for inserting the call letter tabs, (See "Af
Fig, 2). Any order of grouping may be used, however, it is
recommended that the right hand four automatic levers be
used for high frequency stations (1750 to lllX) KC.) and_the
left hand four automatic levers lor low frequency stations

Insert the call letter tabs in the rectangular openings in the
escutcheon above each of the automatic tuner levers4 One of
the small celluloid tabs supplied should be snapped into place
over each of the station call letter tabsl

Press DOWN ALL THE WAY any one of the automatic
tuner levers_ Holding it down FIRMLY, tune in by means of
the tuning knob No. 5 the station indicated on the station call
letter tab above this lever, Turn the tuning knob very slowly
back and forth (while still holding lever in downward posi-
tion), noting the width of the shadow indicated on the screen
of the cathode~ray tuning eye, Minimum width on the eye in-
dicates the ideal tuninz position (resonance), The station will
then be clearest and accurately tuned in. Release the lever.

Press down another automatic tuner lever. Holding it down
FIRIMLY, carefully tune in the station indicated on the call
letter tab above this lever. Release this lever.

Follow this procedure until you have selected all of your
favorite stations. '

Rotate the tuning knob No. 5 to the right (clockwise) as far
as it will turn, Now remove from the right side of the cabinet
the metal button, and, with a screw driver inserted through the
hole, tighten the .lockingV adjustment screw "C". It is VERY
IMPORTANT that this locking screw is turned until it is
ABSOLUTELY TIGHT. If z screw driver is not available.
the lockianr screw can be tightened by reaching in from the
back of the cabinet, rotate the locking screw shaft to the
right (clockwise) until thoroughly tight.

This screw will lock in place all the stations you have select-
ed on the automatic tuner levers. (Note: Locking screw "C" is
loose when radio is shipped from factory).

If you should desire to change any station you selected to
another, loosen the locking screw "C" four or fivecomplete
turns; select the new station as explained. (Note: If the dial
mechanism works hard when setting up a new station for one
of_the automatic tuner levers, it is due to the locking screw
beiniz too tight. Loosen the locking screw' "C" until the dial
mechanism works freely with the tuner lever pressed down.)

BE SURE TO RETIGHTEN THE LOCKING SCREW:
otherwise the stations you have selected will not stay adjusted
to the levers.

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Three taps are provided, marked 11:0, 130 and 230. Set the

110 tap; for line voltages of 100 to 125 volts.
130 tap: for line voltages of 125 to 145 volts.
230 tap; for line voltages of 210 to 250 volts,

tap on the transformer for various lin

with the following table:

FIG. 3-VIEW SHOWING TRIMMERS

FIG. Z-FRONT VIEW

(C)1010!! F. Rider, Publisher

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