Meissner Mfg. Div. - Maguire Industries, Inc. 10-1199 Schematic

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Manufacturer:Meissner Mfg. Div. - Maguire Industries, Inc. (Brewster)

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i- @#3 All resistors are I/2 wa" unless ,e ,` N |\ '02 O g ` 2
-, - |\ _?___ 02550 otherwise specified. 3 3) (rf, % 'Z 2 ? S9 '" *" '
Ag |g l, _ _"Q 4 lil! All condensers ar 403 vo!! <3 cv 51 Q Q 2 :_ Z
' Aj ' unless otherwise ?ecified, f\ A A A X '
,<:?; ` 'Q ninimiu mum v
'i Douhle the dial string and thread the doubled ml" sm"\" rm. "'"'"'"? ' "?""""? S='?'
i (C) O i ?agrtionhihrouifih the; hole in the rim of the pulley 1""'"?5""" g "'?"'?' auww /n>>mfo,<.m>>w
V5 <3 V" I;I'0;Jk the ire; end of the spring into ne of the y!!l? """'"%?""""' / ?"""'?
`~; I zymn Cf: es in t lat part of the pulley. i g __c__ .num '"" ""
A \__ U, _cm 050 the gang condenser and rotate the pulley """"'""?" g, j w?'"" i' ""?=""
,_ ~.`\ "V isirgtilz?highhoiig in th; gmhwcupies the same p0si_ I-un >> L;?:~~==|\~f
then tizhten the set screw, ur on a c ock face
Mount the Lunine shaft, lo9ping" the string around _ _
_XE rimm sms it 2% turns, in such n. direction that the string SQl`EUR'?Ch We 5011112 0VEURr ?1122 rim Of the PU1lEURY~
leaves the tuning shaft without crossing. Detail Figure (2) SHOWS the D0Sif\0H Of the Sf-Ping in
" f' of shaft mounting- the C0mP1f?f@lY Strung "P dl'iVEUR~
(C)John F. Rider

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MODEL 10-1199
The signal generator should be connected to the signal the .0002 mfd. condenser with a V400 ohm resistor
grid or pin No. 8 of the GSA7 mixer tube. This connection between the antenna post of the qeceiver and the
h 005 conde the rato _
condenser ng big , S18 an the _l`9?elV _ ,
tor and the connection to the mixer grid. The signal gen- 16 m9H?C.YCieS- Then YldJU5i the 0SCl|l2t0r trim-
erator should be set to 456 KC, which is the IF frequency, mel", ?Vh}Ch IS 1003?@{i fhl`0\1gh 2 11019 Un f0P_0f the
and the volume'cont1~ol of the receiver should be set at 0h8SS\S .l}lSt t0 the HSM Of the broadcast trimmer,
maximum or extreme clockwise. The output of the signal fOr m8X1m\-"YI Ullfllllf- When 8dJ"StiI1g the OSCU-
generator should then be turned up until a signal is heard lator trimmer on the 'short Welle band- the trim-
1F hould be tightened and th l ned to the
(with insulated shaft e r) utput, Bk; The S 00nd P9 1 _ the Correct
reducing the output of the generator as the receiver be- Peak f0\' this fldlustmeflt- NEURX? 8dJ\1St the Sh0rE
comes prog y 1ve, y g wave antenna c _ a
3 signal as possible neart th; top of the coil. As before, the adjust-
After the IF trans e 'p p y j d, me s o as
remove thc connection from the generator to the mixer grid, 10W fi SHIPS# level fY0m the gEUR?1@l`2?0!` HS P0SS.lb1EUR,
reconnecting the generator to the antenna binding post. HS the H11KY\m@F\t'Pl'<{CEUR@ClS- The Padding Of the
Leaving the frequency of the signal generator at 456 KC, Sh01`7~ Wave' band 15 fixed-
the ave trap by g
protrudes through the chassis. This adjustment should be CAUTION
made for the minimum of signal output. The generator The power line is connected directly to this chassis. The
output should be increased as the adjustment proceeds to neceiver must be suitably protected by a non-metallic cabi-
insure maximum IF rejection. net and non-metallic knobs so that no one can make contact
W adju with ny me part of t
sensitivity, thc antenna and oscillator trimmers should be cabgxnet back mustr be used to prevent accidental contact
e in ' the _ ould
(1) Check the dial pointer position to see that it is to permit ventilxition yet prevent contact. Mounting screw!
` ed to hold the set in
indicates 1400 KC. . _ ,
(4) Frdjust the Signal' g9Y\@I'2t0r bo 1400 KC and i hnhgjilirwfrgiiigrmer No. 01105 d giggliniftiiiiii- asfsxbbis f >> " 11
connect the output of the signal generator to the 1 output 11-' Transformer No. 01705 1 Black rubber iron-xt f0:r,@Z?`h?12Ie
antenna lead, using a .0002 mid. condenser be- } gfxgszgg "nz" E;"?:' "lv" ?'?i1!?i?'og?2?G 1; f"b""' '"""!""?'; =3~ i-"fi 50' W' hole
which is located through a hole on the top of the 1 l??':""M; ??";ff""'?,,l`f?- 25125 2 500000 "hm "?si*"" 26:7 % W~b(;Hl'b0r\
chassisle just tto ghe triilgt of thc spe:>>;,ker.d_The s olctii Sngkgts 0' Zh" i` 31% 'xl
ing the trimmer which is closest to the chsssis. 1 Paflder 22-7007 1 2 mflvhm Miihfnr ig; 'Z W.
Both of these trimmer adjustments should be 1 xfildflhxizcfgiime conmn with switch 1 ago ohm rt-sister 10:5 ff; w. cube"
made for maximum output, decreasing the gen- 1 Dia; mechimism plane 1 2,ri7od)h~;)'i`mref;;i:;,:0??f;'&\y?,v?";bf?0n
erator signal strength as the set progressively 1 Tfimmer bw aswmtly 1 moon ohm minor 20%/law. carbon
becomes aligned. Leaving connections as they lEURf?,f,ddfi`f,','f,e,s i 'iigzmfifi AW von paper condem"
mn the dia nom to ap>>~>>>e1y 600 1 ~.?""..n2".:;;".;::::;::'
KC and reset the signal generator for 600 KC, 1 Dial shaft I _W ,,,,d_ 400 volt mm, condenser
increasing the generator output until a signal 1 ;1'"""`f"' di" Sheff 1 .1 mfd. mo volt paper condenser
can he heard. Adjust the padder screw, which 1 ,,?',,f;,??,;"""h?' f"' 'ml *""f' 1 10-ff? mfd- 15? vvlr electrolytic condense
is lo r of the ch '
mum output. The best adjustment is obtained 1 Uiel vvintvr i Qiiogg mfs. miie cnndexiifr co denser
by simultaneously adjusting the padder screw nd 3 Ifagbford It has a high impedance primary antenna coil which per-
rocking the tuning control around 600 KC. Varia- mits the use of almost any length of antenna available. It
tion in wiring in circuit capacities may give the also has one stage of untuned R. F. and an I. F. wave trap.
maximum output for 600 KC very slightly in This receiver covers a frequency range of 530 KC to 1650
error of 600 KC on the receiver dial. KC and from 5.7 MC to 18 MC, and will operate satisfac-
(5) In the aligning of the short wave band, the torily on voltages from 105 to 125, either D. C. or 50-60
band switch must be turned clockwise. Replacing cycles A. CA Extra filtering is required if it is desired to
(C)John F. Rider

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MODEL 104,199
(C)John F. Rider

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