Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. 4-A-64 Schematic

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Model:4-A-64
Manufacturer:Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. (Air Chief)

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THE FIRESTONE TIRE 85 RUBBER CO.

MODELS LPA-6;.,

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(C)John F. Rider

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THE FI RESTOI

FERMINAL O IS LOCATED
7/5 TURN FROM
TERMINAL II

TERMINAL B IS LOCATED
I TURN FROM
TERMINAL A

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COIL

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(C)John F. Rider

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BAND swrrcn

DIAL AND POINTER DRIVE CORD
ARRANGEMENT
SIDE VIEW

To suing din1 cord, ne: gang condenser io muy
open ponixion and use :he iollnwinq puns:

114955 clip nn end 01 noni
117057 cord <3 feel)

119087 ning ini dial mid
505161 Tension spring

FREQUENCY RANGES:

STANDARD ?_540w1700 KC.

BROADCAST

MANUAL TUNING DEVICE:

3 section gang condenser;
shock resistant mounting.

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FIRESTONE PAGE 19~17|i1_8i

*IRESTONE TIRE & RUBBER CO. MODELS LI-A-?ll,
SBIG BIAS fmwxa 'ALS SMT

m7 Lemma terminus in mus- SYZGT 1
m" "H" m lurly laneer terminals on =
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SPECIFICATIONS

POWER SUPPLY: BUILT-IN AERIALS:
m KC. 117 volts AM - High efIiciency loop.
60 cycles A.C. FM-Single ended half-Wave
85 Watts (radio) aerial.

30 watts (phono)

CE: SPEAKERz POWER OUTPUT:
If' 10 .meh Dynamic Undistorted _ 2.8 watts RECORD cHANGsn
.mg_ Voxce coll Impedance-3.2 ohms M . I,
axlmum - 0.4 Watts

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REQUIRED INSTRUMENTS:

The amollril nl nmplilicouon m

Vacuum Tube Volirneler of ihc` high lrsrqucncy lypo

ol mosl ol 'he slqges o! This receiver crm he measured wriii rin A_C
Kc.i us well os nn PM <93 Moi siqnol source is required. For goin

STAGE GAIN MEASUREMENT PROCEDURE

pm No. 7 ol GALE; lube cmd cllusesls ll (x local stullon lnlmlorcsv
sol generolor lo o rioorLy frequency oncl rr-lune llro rccr-iucr,

measuremenls I" 'he FM Ummm PM Convvrler FM lsl IF sicqcs. 5. The volues ol siriqe grrrn wlncli urc- qivun hero weroy rnoosnrcri
a microvoll fnlibmled YM slqiwl swvmlor should wdemhly Le wiili cr lirori inns ol a volis on rho conlrol grirls ol ull nf. ond
"Sed lf. runes which pre connecleri rc ilic A v C syslcrri, Tliorolore4
PROCEDURE; ll is exceedinqu rrnporionl lo nrllisre io ine procedure 'hCSe "Glues 0"? "Ol ""de 'Q '"dmme 'hp *"'1 CGPG'J'U'V 0' 0
ouriinerl below sinco :he uccurncy cl :hose meosurornenls will be "We bu' 'heY W'" "We ?~" ? Com/"mem "05" '0* ""2""me
queclerl io o considerohle errenl by rlio failure lo esioblislr proper PmPC' Dpefu'm" I" "def 1? "PMN" 'he "Xe" 'MS "Hmm
operating commons. connocl illre noqonye iorrninul ol o 3 roll liriilcry lo lolli A.v.C
supply lines by ellecirnq rr corrunun corniocuon ro lorrnrriol 4
l. He sure limi RF.. LF. und Drscrimmmor sloqcs rrre corelully ond cl 2nd FM-If. lrunslnrmer and lerinrnol 2 ol lsi AM~l.l`, lions-
nccuruicly aligned by ulillzinq lhc cllqnmenl procedure given lormer. Then connecl llie posllrvr` linllery lcuri lu lhe receiver
2- Comm-'Cf Signal Gsncrfrwr Us show" below Now mul qcnewlor s, Hr, ond lr, circuus ore sliqhily rlosrunori wlicn conrocl is niorle
COMGCHOHS dine' 'm "AM" and "FM" "'Wsuwmems willi un lnslrumenl probe ond lhis crciron, which is incllccncd by ri
,, .. chan e in the our ul meler reading. may sormirsly olieci lhe gain
3' For AM "wasmemems' Sm sqm! genemm' '? GD" KC' (400 measzremenl. Thgreiorc, ii is impcrlunl lo ndiusr lhe associcied
cycle modulorionl and men corolully runo rooio receiver ic llus , , . .
siqnul by using on ouipul rncler io rrirlrcole peak murine ll rr mm" '"mfne' 1?' a m?x""""' ?"'P"' mme' m"qu '"'d '? 5?'
locol siniion inrorleres, sol gonerolor lo o neorby lrcuuoncy ond 'he '"Pl" "gm" level '0 ".wm'cmm' '?'C'"`"C?. 90"" ?" 'he gm"
mmm 'he www! measuring rnsrrunienl while me probe is molrrng conluciA Alier
' removing ihe probe il is again necessary io ndnrsl The trimmer eo
4A For "FM" meosurernenis. sei signol qenerolor io as Mc, umm as io obiuin me some nuipur meicr reading rrnrl inereby ossure
cycle moduluiion wilh 22"; KC. clevioironl onol men cnreiully iune ihol me signol yolloge oi me specilieol poinx hos noi chonqco os
radio receiver lo ihis signol by using o nc. vncuurn Tube voli- c resull ol circuii desiuninq.
'Tr-.c ,ri l., ul, .ww rossrurirul ours". ,ri roi uc Mir err Al wo -i m0

volmqe or riqnul grid 'pin 'll oi 12AT7 lube.
NOTE B: Measured wim inpur volloqe oi 0.3.

NOTE C: Measured wilh inpui velluqo ol urns.

hom (he values shown.

Rear View
Model Il-A-(H

NOTE A: Sherr oscillnlor grid (pin z oi i2AT7l lo ground when moamrinq inpui

DIFFERENCES in lube cliurocusrrsucsv rolerrrnce cl pnrls. urliusinionr oi iunod
circuils ond vcrrnrions in line ycllnqe will inlluence sloqe gain, These locloru
snould be given due oilenlron in evonr 'he goin or n siege yories enleneiyely

i. .in u rr .is rc .mi mmm euro ir u. rr .r

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Rear View
Model 4-A~65

(C)John F. Rider

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PAGE 1940 FIRE?IONE

THE FIRESTONE TIRE 8s RUBBER CO4

l, Dilcnnnecl lecda Iron-l FM-AM aerial munian llrip llubeled
FM-YM~AM>>AM) at back of chassis, also disconnecl .peaker

BROADCAST BAND -"AM"-AL|GNMENT PROCEDURE

ol bollom ol frame; lhen remove screw whlch holds orlernol
cerlul clip on lop supporl block no on lo releare connecllng

'mimi- ?11Qw 'Peqkel \? remain m whine' and wnned \? 4, wllh lho gong Condon-or lnlly rnorhod4 olol polnlor nhonlo
'News' by ononxron loodn. be rn rho ponllron lndronlod hy lho losl drvrslnn below ss on
2, slond ohouln on one odgo no lhnl ull lrlmrnern oro occoulhlo. 'he diul- If i' 'I "I "MHSCUYI *wld "mins 'hull "de Und
3- mlm-i" f?f>P mul lecflh" 9?' TI" Il? PM mmm 'g I" 5, connod on onrpur molar ooo.. ,poorer vm Con, n. non
"5" '"9 ?" "m ?. C "P" w '? ' ' ""9" ?" ""1 plolo ol svscr who lo chow, lhronqh n ol Mln. nonolonner.
ullgned. Befors nurllng allanl-lenl ol Anl.? Rf., and Olc.
nlogor. lho loop oorlol rnunl he rooonnooloo lo ohoulrvdo 6~ C?nn9c1 9mm 'wd ?' "gm" "new" '0 'M 'New'
nol ollornpl lo me oxlonnlon loodn. remove loop oarlol from Chusm'
cubian \oiclcllila1e conneclion lo chassis. Loop :on be laken 7, Sel volume conlrol cll moxrmum volume ponllorl and use u
out of cub-ine! by merely liltil-lq no cs to release plvol dowel weak slqnal hom 'he llqnf-'l qene'awf
Dum ANT. CONNECT
IN' 35m HIGH SIDE OF SIGNAL BAND RECEIVER THIM'MZR HUMMER
WITH SIGNAL SIGNAT- GENEMTOR SWITCH DIAL OR SLUG DESCRIPTIQN TYPE Of ADWSTMENT
GMATOH GENERATOR TO FREQUENCY POSITION SETTING NUMBER
.lMFll 6 ul lop ol vuuq 4 5 Kc Broadrau ll do" :lol Adjun lor maximum uullw'
Condlnltl (ll. liqull bOlUW fc! 5 (Middlil HUGE! lhl liqhdl. Then repeal udyullmem.
mm ~ Cup 1500 xc ngndnlnn rr.. ...rom
Condenser l "ld 'l 'Wm' 7 Elwde Aaiurl lor rnoxlrnnm onlpnl
cor' o! Adiunl lor maximum oulpul.
Rooool onliumnonl ol lrlrnrnofr s a 1 ond nlnor a s s nnul on. no lonoor dolnnor rho olhor4

NOTE: I! il pr'laxubll to :heck (he allqnmonl. oi the LF. "agus ln lh' FMvChunnll all" completing AM allqnment.

Thar nlnolo'swnrv.

7?? VIEW aol-10M vmw qnoncv l. woo. ln.

modulallon frequency

(C)John F. Rider

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FIRESTONE PLA

INSTRUMENTS: Alignment of the FM Circuits in this receiver Can
be most conveniently accomplished with an FM signal generator.
when using thin type generator, the output indicator must be on

t l, lf alignment of both AM and PM channels ts required it is neo-
essary to align the AM channel first. then align the FM channel
~ as instructed irl chart below (AM alignment procedure il given
; on page 8).

THE FIRESTONE TIRE til. RUBBER CO.

FREQUENCY lvloouutrloN-f'rM'LtilleNMENr 4ltltocrlaultr

ll it ir ret incorrectly, held tuning rhatt rteady and repceitian

A specific setting of the receiver volume control is not required.
however. tt will be found convenient to leave it in the maximum
volume position m that alignment signals will he audible even
though the output indication ie obtained by an arcillcncape canY
necied to points in the dtecriminator circuit.

MODELS tt-A-olt,

2, Disconnect leads from FM-AM aerial terminal strip (labelled 5, Dress PM circuit leads as short and straight as possible. par-
' FM~FM~AM~AM) at back of chants; also disconnect speaker leads ticularly those in the oscillator circuit. LF. plate and grid leads
and phono plugs. Remove chassis' and speaker. (1! desired. should also be kept short and straight.
allow speaker to remain in cabinet and connect to receiver by '
'mmm 1?"le ' 6. set hand rwltch le the m (extreme cannter-elcclrrrlrel peeltten.
3, With`tho qarlq condenser fully meshed. dial pointer should be _ __
in the petition indicated hy the lart divirien below ae on the dial. 7. 5?* 'we mimi 1? fully wumerflwkwiw position-
"mmm" 'l' '"5 or cormccrlolts Dm' on "UG nmcnlrnorl Arm olm>lrr mnlclmort
5-2", "quymmml: Belare attempting ta adluet trimmer Na. lo. ret
con", hm, m o, mme, m,A 57 trirnrnerr Na, il, zz, la. it and he. ls tar approxi-
,m ,a mi" new, ohm) md m. rnatcly maximum raundlautaut trern the rpeaiter
with an .ol Mid denier Na'lomaa raid. l?"*P"' "m" "?', "gum" I 'S 'me '?
Comm", ,a ,ug ,mchmmdmimin _ ahtain rntticlent rranai tar an arciilarcape patA
on mmm, "a4 w, mm, 5mm Can, tern at derirahle amplitude when marina the
,7 a, ,on a, 10.7 MC "get reap. qrannd lead Any pontian tellcwinq dircriminatar trimmer adinrtment.
time (see lllus- mriqnai should to receiver chan-ir. wh", it do" lu Discrimlnmor Adiurt netting or trimmer Na. 10 until a pattern
"ation on we. PY'hNblr hs not atlect the Secondary rirnilar tc that shawn in Fig. z appearr en the
a tar lacatian ct modulated :ton set vertical amnluier at "gmt, rcreen. tt pattern daee nat rernain rtatienary aperv
trimmer). ccn~ KC. rcape tar maximum amv ate sweep frequency central nn 'scope and also
nect granndlead ,liticaticn where m "sync" central until deeired rernlt ir ehtained.
tc receiver char- .iqnai aeneratar pre ccrrect rettinq at trimmer llc, lu ie antained when
air in vicinity rider an autnut 'altace era-raver paint "li" (Pig4 z) ir centrally located
at lull-1 tune4 la rynchreniratian. in hath the harncntal and vertical directianr; ln
ae ct thir reltaqc addition that partian at the curve between 'n"
tc rync" terminalr at and "c" rhauld he ar linear trtraiqht) an partrihle4
Primary
same sat-ne same sam ddlurt there tr-irnnterr tar maximum amplitude
nr and" ar and" ar anew an aber. 12 and 13 2nd m and rteepneee at that pcrtian at the pattern he.
tween "A" and "c ree riq. z).
1| and 15 let lr.

Roch-ck adinlhltefnll of himmers No. lO and No. ll to be lure that both are let al

accurately an possible tc obtain correct cratlr-overv paint or sym-

in series with n
SUD ohm carbon

sdlunl trimmer Na. ls tn antain the eyrnrnetrical
pattern chown in rig. z, carrect rettrnq at trim-

i mer lla, ls ie obtained when crate-ever paint in
A Ifmmfgal :mug Mmidd pattern ie centrally lccated4
. "PM" ?" ""P Putnath bs sm' 106 MC iS ?'Fi"?'?' mroll'l'slt'l't lt will be ncted that there are twc
cl! Wk ?| Clw- rnadulatcd mtoa "I 011?" 1mm" tittierent rettinge ci trimmer ua, le at which the
'U- mum" xc. derired 'eca e pattern can be nbtainedHrlways
'7""4 |??4 select the trimmer setting which in neareet ta the
1:3* mangas; law capacity end at ite range.r
marked "GND".
I., ltr. Adjust trimmer Na. 17 tar matrimnrn amplitude at
'i Trimmer pattern.
` s n s sam 'rune to 106 Antenna Ad'urt trimmer Ne. le lar maximum amplitude ef
"q" ' H and 15 IF necheck adinntment at these trimmers ter maxi-
m - - mum amplitude at pattern.

Check calibration and tracking of receiver with input signals of
90 and SB MC. lf difference between dial painter setting and 90
or SB MC. calibration mark does not exceed i 0,3 MC. and antenna
and RF. circuits are tracking properly. then alignment may be
considered ratinlanory and na further adjuntment in neceuarry.

Where the calibration error in greater than i 0.3 MC. it in advis~
able to make the following adjustments:

l. lf pointer falls above the 90 MC. calibration point. it will be
necessary to slightly spread the windings of the FM oscillator
coil. Then repeat the two preceding adjustments ot trimmers 16.
17 and lB at 105 MC. Should it be found impossible to obtain
the 106 MC. signal at the proper point on the dial by adiuetment

of the trimmers it will then be necessary to adiust the spacing
of the gang condenser plates.

If painter falls below the 90 MC. calibration point. it will he
necessary to push the windings together on tho FM oscillator
coil. Then repeat the two preceding adjustments ot trimmers is.
17 and 18 at 106 MC. Should it he found impossible to obtain
the tus Mc. rianal at the proper point cn the dial hy adiuetrnent
of the trimmers it will then be necessary to adiust the spacing
of the gang condenser plates.

Correction for mislracking of antenna and RF. may be accom-
plished by adjusting coil turns and gang plate spacing in the
same manner.

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MODELS -A-o ,

THE FIRESTONE TIRE 85 RUBBER CO.

FREQUENCY MODULATION-"FM"-A|.|GNMENT PROCEDURE
(USING A VACUUM TUBE VOLTMETER AND AM SIGNAL GENERATOR)

No, 70 (.Dua MTD.) which are in
the discriminator output circuit.

Ser meter tor operation on its iow-
est D.C. Voltage range,

INSTRUMENTS; Although it is preferable to use an PM generator 2, Disconnect leads irom FM-AM aerial terminal strip (labelled

and an oscilloscope, reasonably accurate alignment is obtainable FM-PM-AM'AM) at back oi chassis: also disconnect speaker leads

when using a conventional AM generator and vacuum tube volt- and phono plugs4 Remove chassis and speaker, If desired, allow
meter providing proper care is exercised in adiusting the discrimiA speaker to remain in cabinet and connect to receiver by exten-
nator circuit trimmer, sion leadsA

_ _ 4 3, With the gang condenser fully meshed, dial pointer should he

IMPORTANTf Wh?" "smq "n AM WMI ?e"e'{'";'"7"M'h?"l; g; in the position indicated by the last division below BB on the

Capable ?f P'?d"EURm9 fund?mem?l heqwmes _" a C "P dial. 'll it is set incorrectly, hold tuning shalt steady and re-

to 108 Mc es avoid using an AM generator which produces signals Position Pointer*

in 'he 88 'c 105 MC :use by :qu dhummnlcs Ilya" imcnhthe 4, A specific setting of the receiver volume control is not required.

I second Gezfemm" w 'C are ePen ent "mm U; 'LIE-z '3111? or However. it will be Iound convenient to leave it in the maximum
lilthlhorrnoiriics tordoufxpugl"e'1"e,"?"*sb?t 'aai'fujs with ?521' volume position so that alignment signals will he audible even

"any 'Pnl "5? un .ewan ed nous I "ilu Segexce din I dimmh though the output indication is obtained by a V-T voltzneter

Osct a or m e receiver rt a tgrtmen w e 9 Y ~ connected to points in the discriminath circuit.

1, lt alignment of both AM and PM channels is required it is nec { 5. Dress PM circuit leads as short and straight as possible, par:
essary to align the AM channel first, then align the FM channel ticularly those in the oscillator circuit4 LF. plate and arid leads
as instructed in chart below (AM alignment procedure is given should also be kept short and straight.
on the preceding page). s, set hand switch to the PM (extreme countercloclrwise) position.
slGNAL FREQUENCY vACUUM TUBE RECEIVER TilmMni

GENERATOR & TYPE OE VOLTMLTER DIAL OR SLUG TRIMMER TYPE OF ADIUSTMINT

CONNECTIONS MODULATION CONNECTIONS SETTING NUMBER DESCRIPTION AND OUTPUT INDICATION
connect high D. . .
side in series 11 "hmmm"
with an .ol lvltd anm'Y
condenser ta lug _ _
on trimmer No. 107 MC Connect common (ar ground) ter. AnyA posttion Adjust the" trimmers for maximum
11 at tap ot f mirial or meter to receiver chassis. where it docs motor rsodrnostho output voltage wr-rl
gang (see illus. AM sionol may n_C, probe lead or meter is tben not attect the 12 and 13 2nd 1_1 be ot negative polarity4
tration on page be 400 Cycle connected to pin No, 7 ct the signal. _
a tor location ot mndulmi sALs tithe.
iiect around lead
to receiver chas- 14 and 15 lst l-F.
sis in vicinity
Sriiifdor??$f??nvt???o?t$""ti' 'tiiZ Note tmrt trs trinrrisr No. in is rotstsri
luncnon ol resistors sv and ss rri a pointvrili he round whore valtmstsr
the discriminator circuit. nc, _ _ _ will swing lrom a _positive to a nsaa.
probe lead at meter is then con. same 10 Dtssrmmewr tive readme or vice vorsa. correct
some same nected tn iunctlan of resistor No4 as above Sawtde setting of trimmer Na. lo is vohtainsd
as above as above s7 tlscnn ohms) and condenser when meter reads rsro as trimmer is t

moved through this point, 'the adiust-
merit is somewhat critical and con. -
sidorahlc cars must he exercised to set
the trimmer (or u Zero meler indication.

Hecheck adiustt-nent at trimmers No. 10 and No. 11 lo be sure that both are set as accurately as possible to obtain the specitied output indication.

Connect genera-
tor "high" side
in series With a
300 ohm embon

Set trimmer No. 16 to receive 108 MC.
signal as indicated by maximum meter

resistor to ond 106 MC 99mm' "mm" (W 9mm" 'ef' . reading, I
terminal marked AM ,i m1 m """l ?i meter" receive' 5.115551" ~ oscillator mont-Amr lt wiu he noted that
"r " on strip g "Y DrC~ Pmba 1?" ?' me'e' 'S me" 106 MC 15 Trimmer there orc two ditterent settings ot
at haclr ol char. gidflgfedfycle agua? '? Pi" N?- 7 ?f 'he trimmer Na, ls at which the los Mc.
sis. Generator ' ?>> signal will he received-always select
ground lead the trimmer setting which is nearest
niust connect ta ta the low capacity end ot its range.
next terminal
17 its. sdiust trimmer No, lv rar maximum
Trimmer meter reading.
sam some snrno 34%" 1? me
as above as above as above Signal* 18 #111131111 "Baggftr?gggr N0- 18 for maximum
14 @1115 1st Ls. necheclt adjustment or these trimmers

for maximum meter reading.

Vcheclr calibration and tracking oi receiver with input signals ot
90 and 98 MC. It difference between dial pointer setting and 90
or 99 MC. calibration mark does not exceed t 0.3 MC. and antenna
and its circuits are tracking properly, then alignment may be con-
sidered stztislactory and no turther adjustment is necessary.
Where Ihe Calibraiion error is greater than i 0.3 MC. it is advis-
able to malre the following adiustments;

l. U pointer falls above the 50 MC. calibration point. it will be
necessary to slightly spread the windings of the PM oscillator
coil. Then repeat the two preceding adjustments oi trimmers 15,
17 and 18 at 106 MC. Should it be found impossible 10 Obtain
the 106 MC, signal at the proper point on the dial by adjust-

. Correction for mistracking of antenna and RF. may be accom-

ment oi the trimmers it will then be necessary to adjust the spacing
ot the gang condenser plates4

if pointer talls below the so Mc, calibration point, it will be
necessary to push the windings together on the FM oscillator
coil4 Then repeat the two preceding adjustments oi trimmers 18,
17 and 18 at 106 MC4 Should it be found impossible to obtain
the 106 Mc. signal at the proper point onthe dial hy adiustment
of the trimmers it will then be necessary to adjust the spacing
of the gang condsenser plates,

pushed hy adjusting coil turns and gang plate spacing in the
same manner as outlined above lor the oscillator stage.

(C)John F. Rider

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