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Service Manual

1.500 UNION AVENUE. S.E.


GRAND RAPIDS 'I. MICHIBAN
CABINET
and COMPONENTS
PARTS CATALOG
AUTOMATI C MUSI C, I NC.
PLATE PAGE
PHONO . INSTRUCTION TAGS AND THEIR LOCATION . . . . 1 4-5
CABINET AND MISCELLANEOUS HARDWARE
(LEFT-HAND [NTERIOR AND RIGHT-HAND EXTERIOR PARTS) . 2 6-7
. . . . . . MISCELLANEOUS HARDWARE AND RIGHT-HAND PARTS 3 8-9
TRIM. ACCESS DOOR. SLUG REFECTOR. COIN INLET AND
GRILLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 10-1 1
MAJOR COMPONENTS. I.E., SPEAKERS. NETWORK.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . TRANSFORMERS AND RELATED PARTS 5 12-13
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . HARNESS. PLUGS AND CABLE ASSEMBLIES 6 14-15
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . REAR DOORS AND RELATED PARTS 7 16-17
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . STANDARD PARTS 18-19
. . . . RECORD CHANGER. TRIM ASSEMBLIES AND RELATED PARTS 8 20-21
DOME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 22-23
TITLE CASE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 24-25
. . . . . . CONTROL PANEL (FRONT DOOR) AND RELATED PARTS 1 1 26-27
VOLUME AND CONCEL CONTROLS. JUNCTION BOX AND
TRANSFORMER-FUSTAT ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 28-29
Phono Instruction Tags and Their Locations
Chart - Us. of Amplifier Controls
Tmnrformer Label
Envelcpe and Schematic Chart
Caution Label - Bias Spring
Title Rack & Dome Assembly Chart
Dome Label
Reiecta Instruction Card
l ~tructi on Label - (Tmnmitter)
Envelcpe and Card Assembly
lnrhvctionr f a Unpacking
Name Plate
Name Plate
Cabinet and Miscellaneous Hardware
(Left Hand Interior and Right Hand Exterior Parts)
F-5871 1 Moulding Retaining Cl i
F-5902 1 Elastic Stcp Nut (Not sRown)
F-6463-A 1 Slug Cup and Door Assembly
F-8643 AR Hinge Spacer
F-8693 2 Lock Bolt
F-8694 2 Lock Bolt Arm
F-8695 2 Lock Bolt Pivot
F-8701-A 2 Lock Bolt and Pin Assembly
F-8795 2 Retainer Bracket
F-10537 1 Side Trim L.H.
Includes:
F-3672
I "-2744
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Side Trim R. H.
Side Trim L.H.
Side Trim R.H.
Cash Box
Hinge
Mechni sm Mounting Assembly L.H.
Support Spring
Mechanism Mountino Channel
H-2747-A 1 Mechanism Mounting Assembly R. H.
I Includes: . . . . . . - . . .
F-3672 2 Suppwt Spring
H-2745 1 Mechanism Mounting Channel
H-3015 1 Access Door Trim
L-1880 1 Cash Box Do a Frame
R-1833 1 T w Panel Trim L.H.
R-I834 1 TG Panel Trim R.H.
R-2751-A 1 Cabinet Shell Assembly
R-2758 1 Side Panel Overlay L.H.
R-2759 1 Side Ponel Overlay R.H.
5-1635-C 2 Two Pai t i on Lock (Removable Key)
S-2116-V 1 Sponge Rubber (Amplifier Comportment)
5-21 16-W 2 Sponge Rubber (Amplifier Compartment)
S-2116-X 1 Sponge Rubber (Bottom)
S-2116-Y 2 Sponge Rubber (Bottom)
5-2116-2 2 Sponge Rubber (Bottom)
Miscellaneous Hardware and Right Hand Parts
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Includer:
F-8548
1 F-85%
Washer
Tee Nut
Carter
Cord Hole Cover
Spring
Clamping Plate
Cl i p
Truss Head Bolt
Window Support Bracket
Coin Switch Jumper Bracket
Spring
Coin Slat Bracket
Dome Lock
Counter and Bracket Assembly
Coin Chute
Push Rod
Push Rod Li nk
Rejector Push Rod
F-8568 1 Reject Button
S-1430-J 1 Retaining Ring External
H-3047-A 1 Amplifier Mounting Rail (Bottom)
H-3047-0 1 Amplifier Mounting Rail (Top)
L-2209-A 1 Junction Box Assembly
L-2243-A 1 Rejector Mount and Coin Switch Assembly
I Includes:
Coin Switch Mwnt i ng Bracket
Latch
:r::iejector Brocket 8 Pin
Housing (6 Ci rcui t Female)
Contact
Coin Switch Assembly
Speaker Access Dow
Worher . . - - . . -.
Sponge Rubber
Bottom Screen
Trim, Access Door, Slug Rejector, Coin lnlet and Grill
F-1451 1 End Spool
F-1494 1 Fluorescent Lamp Lock
F-8349 1 3 Coin Funnel and Stud Assembly
Includes:
F-6399 Bracket
F-8348 Reject Lever Actuotor
F-8350 3 Coin Funnel Assembly
F-8534 1 Light Bracket
F-8536 2 Window Retoiner
F-8549 2 Bracket
F-8604. 2 Anti-Cheat Angle
F-10503 1 Credit Window
F-10534-A 1 Cash Box Door Assembly
Includes:
F-6695
F -7703
R-2762
S-1600-P
S-2117-K
L
F-10541-A 1
1 Lock Support
I Catch Bracket
1 Cash Box Dow
1 Cylinder Lock (Individual Keying)
1 Sponge Rubber
Rejector Access Door Assembly
1 Lock Support
I Catch Bracket
1 Cash Box Dow
1 Cylinder Lock (Individual Keying)
1 Sponge Rubber
Includes:
F-3672 1 Spring Support (Lower)
F-6873 1 Lotch Plate
F-6929 1 Rejector Access Door Retainer
F-10512 1 Reiector Access Door
F-10562 2 Pivot Swcer
F-10563 2 ~ o u n t i n ~ Strap
H-2721 1 Coin Inlet
H-2769 1 Mounting Bracket (Coin Inlet)
H-5016 1 Gr i l l e ~ 2 m Inside L.H.
H-5017 1 Gr i l l e Trim Inside R.H.
H-5022-B 1 Corner Trim L.H.
Includes:
F-8596 1 Ant i - Chat Plate
F-10168 AR Shim (Not shown)
H-2739 1 Trim 1 Gr i l l e L.H.
L-2038 1 Trim - Corner L.H.
H-5023-0 1 Corner Trim R. H.
I
Includes:
F-8596 1 Ant i - Chat Plate
F-10168 AR Shim (Not shown)
H-2740 1 Trim - Gr i l l e R.H.
L-2039 1 Trim - Corner R.H.
H-5026 1 Ki ck Plate (Front)
H-5031 1 Gr i l l e Scrim
L-1218-0 1 Slug Rejector
L-2700 1 Gr i l l e
S-600-U 1 Fluorescent Lamp
S-800-A 1 Starter
5-21 17-V 1 Sponge Rubber
5-2123-F 2 Cork Composition Strip
Maior Components, (Speakers, Network, Transformers and Related Parfs)
Cup Washer
Stud - Re-Amp Mounting
Amplifier Bottom Plote
Wire -Ampl i f i er Output (Not Shown)
Wire -Ampl i f i er Output (Not Shown)
Cl i p (Not Shown)
Mounting Brocket
High Frequency Speaker
Tmnformer and Fustat hsembl y
Low Frequency Speaker
Side Speaker
Speaker Dividing Network
Credit Uni t Assembly
'Note: Speaker appearance need not conform wi th illustration.
R-2020-A 1 Control Amplifier
R-2776-8 1 Power Amplifier
Includes:
L-2728-A 1 Add on Power Amplifier
R-2017-8 1 Basic Amplifier (Export)
R-2777-B 1 Basic Amplifier
S-1203-N 4 Washer
S-931 -A Clamp (Not Shown)
S-1200-J 4 Washer (Not Shown)
S-1330-G 4 Speaker Mounting Bolt
5-2116-T 2 Sponge Rubber
S-8000-A Wire Tie (Not Shown)
F-2232
F-10568
F-10583-A
H-2763-A
L-2739-A
Includes:
F-116
F-882
F-1054
F-5995
F-6452
F-7830-B
F-7928
F-7930
F-7934
F-8623
F-10345
S-910-E
S-910-J
5-913-8
5-2133-V
Harness, Plugs and Cable Assemblies
3 Lamp (Incondescent)
4 Spring Cl i p
1 Two Conductor Cable Apsembly
1 Coi n Switch Jumper Assembly
1 Harness and Plug Assembly
1 Push Button
1 Lockwasher
1 Plug (4 Contact -Mal e)
1 Grommet
1 Receptacle (6 Contact - Female)
1 Push Button Bracket
1 Credit Ci rcui t Board, Plug and Bracket
Assembly.
2 Housing (6 Ci rcui t - Femole)
1 Housing (9 Contact - Female)
16 Conbct
3 Light Socket
1 Edge Connector
1 Spade Terminal Lug
9 Spade Terminal Lug
2 Contact
2 Insulating Tubing
1 lnsuloting Tubing
R-2791-A 1 Bollost and Lighting Harness
Includes:
F-295 5 Starter Socket
F-536 1 Outl et - Single Convenience
F-2861 I kl l ast
F-5033 2 Receptacle
F-5155 4 Bollast
F-7931 1 Contact
F-7934 9 Contact
F-8616 1 Starter Bracket
F-10561 2 Fluorescent Light Mounting Bracket
H-2762 2 Bollart Panel
S-500-L 1 Cord and Plug
5-500-U I Cord and Plug
S-910-E 1 Spade Terminal Lug
S-921-D 22 Solderless Connector
S-921-G 6 Solderless Connector
S- 9314 I Coble Clamp
S-931-G 2 Cable Clamp
5-800-8 4 Starter (6 to 8 Watt)
5-931-0 4 Coble Clamp
5-931-C 1 Cable Clamp
5-931-E 2 Cable Clamp
S -2 1 70-A 1 Spiral Wrop
5-21334 3 Insulating Tubing
Rear
R-2766-A 1 Door and Trim Assembly L.H.
I
Includes:
L-2029-A 1 Skid Rail Assembly L.H.
Doors
Insert
Skid Rail Support (Not shown)
F-8582 Skid Roil Support (Not shown)
F-10136 Skid Roil Support (Not shown)
F-10137 Skid Rail Support (Not shown)
L-2027 Skid Rail
5-1130-N 4 Roll Pin
F-746 1 Washer
F-6935 1 Lock Bar
F-8601 2 Door Latch
F-10141 I Lock Bolt
L-2065 1 Guard
L-2714-A 1 Door - Back Panel
R-1831 1 Trim
S-1203-Y 8 Washer
5-1635-B 1
S-2117-L 1 Sponge Rubber
S-2117-N 1 Sponge Rubber
and Related Parts
R-2767-A I Door and Trim Assembly R.H.
Includes:
F-6933-A 1 Lock Plate and Pin Assembly
F-6934 1 Lock Plate
F-8602 2 Strike
H-3040 1 Volume and Cancel Control Assembly
L-2030-A 1 Skid Rail Assembly (R.H.)
Insert
F-10136
1
Skid Rail Support (Not shwm)
F-10137 Skid Rail Support (Not shown)
L-2028 Skid Rail
5-1130-N 4 Roll Pin
1 L-2066 1 Guard
L-2715-A 1 Door - Back Panel
1 L-2716 1 cover pa"
S-1203-Y 8 Washer
S-2117-L ' 1 Sponge Rubber
S-2117-N 1 Sponge Rubber
5-2401-F 1 Screen
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Standard Parts
The following ore standard parts which are used.
Phillips Round Head Machine Screw
Phillips Round Heod Machine Screw
Phillips Round Head Machine Screw (Chrome Plate)
Phillips Round Head Mochine Screw
Phillips Binder Heod Machine Screw (Bross)
Phillips Binder Head Machine Screw
Phillips Binder Heod Machine Screw
Phillips Binder Head Machine Screw
Phillips Flat Heod Machine Screw
Phillips Flat Heod Machine Screw
Phillips Flat Head Machine Screw
Phillips Flat Head Machine Screw
Sems Phillips Round Head Machine Screw
Sems Phillips Round Head Machine Screw
Serm Phillips Round Head Mochine Screw
Sems Phillips Round Head Machine Screw
Sems Phillips Round Head Machine Screw
Phillips Round Head Screw Type "A"
Phillips Round Head Screw Type "A"
Phillips Round Heod Screw Type "A"
Phillips Round Heod Screw Type "A"
Phillips Round Head Screw Type "A"
18 x 3/8 Slotted Hexogon Washer Head Screw Type "Z"
1 4-20 x 3/8 Sems Slotted Hexagon Head Machine Screw
d- 32 x 5/16 Sems Slotted Hexagon Head Machinescrew
110-32 x 1/4 Sems Slotted Hexogon Head Machine Screw
1 4 20 x 3/8 Sems Phillips Binder Head Machine Screw
4 6-32 - x 3/16 Sems Slotted Hexagon Washer Heod Machine Screw
86-32 x 1/4 Sems Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Machine Screw
16-32 x 1/4 Sems Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Machine Screw
(External Lockwasher)
86-32 x 3/8 Sems Slotted Hexogon Washer Head Machine Screw
18-32 x 1/4 Sems Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Machine Screw
16-32 x 1/4 Sems Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Machine Screw
(External Lockwosher)
n8-32 x 5/16 Sems Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Machine Screw
18-32 x 5/16 Sems Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Machine Screw
(External Lockwasher)
18-32 x 3/8 Sems Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Machine Screw
18-32 x 3/8 Sems Slotted Hexogon Washer Head Mochine Screw
(External Lockwasher)
88-32 x 5/8 Sems Slotted Hexogon Wosher Heod Machine Screw
#lo-24 x 3/8 Sems Slotted Hexogon Washer Heod Mochine Screw
(Externol Lockwosher)
Phillips Round Head Screw Type "A"
Phillips Round Head Screw Type "A"
Phillips Round Head Screw Type "A"
Phillips Rwnd Head Screw Type "A"
Phillips Round Head Screw Type "A"
Phillips Round Head Screw Type "A"
Phillips Round Head Screw Type "Z"
Phillips Round Head Screw Type "Z"
Phillips Round Washer Head Screw Type "A"
Phillips Round Wosher Head Screw Type "A"
Phillips Round Heod Washer Screw
Phillips Round Heod Washer Screw (Aluminum)
Phillips Round Head Washer Screw
Phillips Flat Head Screw Type "A"
Phillips Flot Head Screw Type "A" (Chrme Plate)
Phillips Flot Head Screw Type "A"
Phillips Flot Heod Screw Type "A"
Phillips Flat Head Screw Type "A"
Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Screw Type "Z"
Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Screw Type "Z"
Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Screw Type "Z"
Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Screw Type "Z"
#lo-24 x 1/4 Sems Slotted Hexagon Wosher Head h c h i n e Screw
(External Lockwasher)
3/8 External Lockwasher
f 6 External Lackwasher
f10 External Lockwosher
~4-40 Hexagon Machine Screw Nut
18-32 Hexagon Mochine Screw Nut
#lo-32 Hexagon Machine Screw Nut
#6 Machine Screw Washer
I 8 Machine Screw Washer
#l o Machine Screw Washer
5/16-24 Machine Screw Nut
#6-32 Machine Screw Nut
#8-22 Machine Screw Nut
#lo-24 Machine Screw Nut
116-32 Square Nut
#lo-32 x 1-1/4 Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Machine Screw
3/8-24 x 1 Hexagon Head Machine Screw
1/4 Wrought Wosher
1/4-20 Hexagon Machine Screw
f14 x 1/2 Escutcheon Pin Brass
5/16-18x 1-3/4 SKT. Head Cap Screw
5/16-18x2- 1/2 SKT. Head Cap Screw
Record Changer, Trim Assemblies and Relafed Parfs
F-5981 1 AM1 Factwy Cord
F-6311 1 License Holder Window
R-2773-D 1 Record Changer and Trim Assembly
Includes:
F-2182 1 Needle Brush
F-3694 1 Cover Bmckel
F-3804 1 Brush Cl i p
1 F-5818 1 Speed Nut
2 Nut Retainer
1 Conirol Switch Label
4 Record Changer Trim Bmcket
1 Turn Table Disc
1 License Holder
1 Plug Button
I Record Changer Trim
1 Record Changer
DOME
R-2779-A 1 Dome Arsembly
Includes:
F-8585 1 Dome Lock Strike
F-8589-A 1 Window Support (L. H.)
F-8593-A 1 Window Support R.H.
F-8597 1 Dome Hinae
1 F-8598 6 Retainer fracket
F-8720 1 Dome Strike Plate
F-8756 1 Support Plate
F-10139 1 Dome Li f t Spring
F-10158 2 Retaining Strap
F-10507 1 Price Card
F-80425 2 Knurled Thumb Screw
H-5009 1 Number Wheel Frame
H-5036-A 1 Dome Trim and Price Card Holder Assembly
I Includes:
F-10554 1 Price Card Holder
R-2784 1 Dome Mechanism Trim
L-2001 1 Dome Trim (Exterior)
L-2002 1 Dome Trim (Interior)
R-1806 1 Dome
R-2783 1 Dome Mechanism Trim
5-1204-D 8 Washer
5-2033-C AR S t o ~ Block
S-2033-D AR stop Block
5-2033-E AR Stop Block
S-2102-R 1 Rubber Channel
5-21 17-C 11 Sponge Rubber
Continental Title
R-2774-A 1 Ti tl e Case Assembly H-5003-A
Includes: H-5003-8
F-829 2 Grommet H-5003-C
F-1217 4 Light Socket H-5003-D
F-8509 4 Ti tl e Rack Separator H-5003-E
F-8528 1 Lock 8 Bolt H-5038-A
F-8579 10 Spring L-2009
F-8594 1 Retaining Stud L-2022
F-8638 1 Retainer Cl i p L-2730
F-8696 1 Retainer Cl i p R-I 807
F-10108 2 Ti tl e Case Caution Label R-1808-A
F-10109 1 Label R-1808-0
F-10143 2 Light Shield R-1808-C
F-10545-A 1 Light Hwsing & Hinge Assembly L.H.
R-1808-D
Includes:
R-1808-E
F-8506 1 Hinge Bracket
R-1808-F
L-2726 1 Light Housing
R-1808-G
5-1130-0 1 Roll Pin
R-1808-H
R-1808-J
F-10546-A 1 Light Housing & Hinge Assembly R.H. R-1808-K
R-1812
Hinge Bracket R-1813
Light Housing R-1818
5-1130-8 1 Roll Pin R-2753
f-10577 2 Window- Letter
S-600-X
H-2723 1 Lack Housing
5-92] -D
H-2766-A 1 Retainer and Lock Pin
S-931 -F
H-2804-A 1 Harness Assembly
S-1201-G
5-1203-5
Housing (9 Circuit Female)
S-2102-L
Contact
F-8634 Ground Wire
5-2137-R 1 Insulating Tubing
Case
1 Separator With Lettering (Al - 820)
1 Separator Wi th Lettering (C1 - D20)
1 Separator With Lettering (El - F20)
1 Separator With Lettering ( GI - H20)
1 Separator With Lettering (J1 - K20)
1 Letter Window
1 Madallion
1 Bottom Separator Retainer
1 Support Stand Trim Plate
1 Ti tl e Case Glass
1 Rack Title Strip (AI-20)
1 Rack Title Strip (81-20)
1 Rack Title Strip (CI-20)
1 Rack Title Strip (Dl-20)
1 Rack Title Strip (El-20)
1 Rack Title Strip (FI-20)
1 Rack Ti tl e Strip ( GI -20)
1 Rock Title Strip (Hl-20)
1 Rack Ti tl e Strip (Jl-20)
1 Rack Title Strip (Kl-20)
1 Title Core Li d
1 Title Case Bottom
1 Title Case Support
1 Title Case Back Panel
2 Fluorescent Lamp
8 Solderless Connector
2 Cable Clamp
12 Washer
4 Washer
2 Rubber Channel
H-5034A L.H.
H-5035A R.H
1772-A 1
Includes:
F-8654
F-8704-A
F-8855
F-10183
F-10517
F-10518
F-10519
F-10520
F-10521
F-10522
F-10523
F-10524
F-10525
F-10531
F-10566
F-10567
H-2772
H-5000
H-5001
Control Panel and Related Parts
Front Door Assembly
Glass Cl i p
Mounting Bracket 8 Spring Assembly
Switch
Mounting Bracket
Front Door Mounting Bracket
Letter "U"
Letter "Nu
Letter "R"
Letter "D"
Letter "E"
Letter "0"
Letter "T"
Letter "5" ~~ ~~ -
Hyphen
Front Trim Brace (L.H.)
Front Trim Broce (R. H.)
Guide Bracket
Number Glass (1 1-20)
Number Gloss (1 -10)
4-5002 1 Letter Glass
-1-5038-A 30 Push Button
-1-5008-8 1 Push Button (Release)
H-5010 1 Front Door Hinge
H-5013-A 1 Interior Frame k e mb l v
H-5014-A 1 Exterior Frame Assembiy
H-5027 1 "AMI" Emblem
H-5034-A 1 Bracket 8 Brace Assemblv (L.H.)
H-5035-A 1 Bracket 8 Brace Assembl; (R.H.)
L-2702 1 Front Door Glass
L-2703-A 1 Backarwnd Panel - Front Door
R-1865-E I ~ut &at i c Selector ksembl y
R-2752-A 1 Front Trim
S-931-F 1 Cable Clamp
S-2103-A 1 Plastic ~x t k s i o n
5-2103-8 1 Plastic Exhusion
5-2103-c 2 Plastic Extrusion
S-2123-G 6 Cork Composition Strip
S-2123-H 6 Cork Comporition Ski p
5-21 27-G 2 Fwmed Tope
S-2127-H 2 Foamed Tape
Volume and Cancel Control Assemblies, Junction Box Assembly
and Transformer-Fustat Assembly
H-3059-A 1 Volume and Cancel Control Assembly -
Monophonic (Monourol)
Includes:
F-116 1 Pushbutton Switch
F-1189 2 Terminal Strip
F-1799 1 Volume Control Knob
F-2649 1 Polnut
F-8272 1 Remote Control Box Schematic Diagram
F-7524 1 Terminal Identification Chart
F-8274 I Ground Lug
H-3032 1 Potentiometer
H-3061 1 Volume Control Box
H-5041-A 1 Volume and Cancel Control Assembly -
Stereophonic
Includes:
F-I 16 1 Pushbutton Switch
F-1189 2 Terminal Strip
F-1799 1 Volume Control Knob
F-2649 1 Palnut
F-7524 1 Terminal Identification Chart
F-8274 1 Ground Lug
F-10581 1 Remote Control Box Schemotic Diagram -
Stereo
H-3061 1 Volume Control Box
H-3033 1 Potentiometer - Stereo
L-2209-A 1 Junction Box Assembly
1 Toggle Switch (S.P.S.T.)
F-253 1
F-490 1
F-850 6
F-861 3
F-880 1
F-1298 1
F-2219 1
F-5113 1
F-5219 1
F-5990 I
F-10318 1
F-10319 1
H-3024-A 1
L-1234 1
S-I 14-C 1
S-720-A 1
5-720-0 1
S-721-E 2
5-2321 -D 1
Includes:
F-829 1
F-1298 1
Speed Nut
Lockwosher
Receptacle
Thermal Fuse Holder
Socket (4 Conductor)
Terminal Strip
Fuse Holder
Rectifier
Lobel (Fuse)
Cord Set
Capacitor (Electrolytic)
Clamp
Junction Box wi th Lettering
Transformer
Resistor
Cartridge Fuse (2 Amp.)
Cartridge Fuse (8 Amp.)
Fusetron (1 Amp.)
Strain Relief
Transformer Fustat Assembly
Grommet
Terminal Strip
Receptacle (Fustat)
Lobel (Not shown)
Mounting Bracket
Transformer
Fustat
Solderless Connector
CABINET
MAINTENANCE
MANUAL
A U T O M A T I C MUSI C, I NC.
PACE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GENERAL 4
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PHONOGRAPH 4
CLEANING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
............................... TRIM CASTINGS 5
................................. RECORD CARE 5
ALUMINUM TRIM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PLASTIC TRIM 5
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RECORD CARE 6
............................... CARE OF STYLUS 6
..................................... LIGHTING 6
................................... FRONTDOOR 7
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AUTOMATIC SELECTOR 7
............................ FRONT DOOR GLASS 7
................................ DOME ACCESS 7
......................... ADJUSTMENT FRONT DOOR 7
DOME ...................................... 8
DOME REMOVAL ............................... 8
....................... SLUG REJECTOR ACCESS DOOR 9
................................... TITLE PANEL 9
.
SIDELAMPS .................................. 10
TITLE CASE LAMPS .............................. 10
REMOVING TITLE CASE ........................... 10
SOUND COMPARTMENT .............................. 11
Select a-l ocat i on for the phonograph that is away from
radiators, exhaust fans and other sources of heat that
cause record warp.
Untie mechonism, tone onn, lotches, etc. Remove ony
mechonism tie-down bolts ond shipping blocks. Install
amplifier tubes, turn table ond decorative disc. Perform
al l other untying operotions according to unpacking i n-
structionssuppliedwith phonogroph. (Unpacking instruc-
tionsareolso listed i n the beginning pager of this manual .)
Save al l packing materials.
Make sure phonograph is level or rejector may not work
properly. Do this by slipping one or more washers over
the shaft of the caster that needs t o be increased i n
height. Casters are then plugged i nto caster sockets.
Al l locks i n the phonogroph are opened with a common
key, wi th the exception of the cash box lock which re-
quires an individual type key.
I f phonograph must be moved from one location t o an-
other, reverse the above procedure and protect your
phonograph from damage by again tying down al l parts
wi th t i edown hardware,etc. saved from original packing.
Al l exposed glass parts hove the designs and letters fired
on i n ceramics and need no special core other than wash-
. . . . .
i ng occasionally with mi l d soap and water.
The exterior surfaces of the balance of the aluminum ex-
trusions ore buffed t o high luster, anodized or coated
cl ean al l ~ i n t e d wood and metal surfaces with mild soap
wi th a protective hardware finish. Do not use solvents or
and woter followed with an application of 0 goad auto or
.brOsive on these surfaces. Clean with a mi l d
furniture wox'to preserve and protect the finish.
soap ordetergent and water, followed with an application
of a good auto or furniture wax to restore and maintain
luster.
Wipe al l inside plastic surfaces wi th a clean damp cloth
only, to remove accumulated dust.
Al l decorative trim costingr plus the front door trim ore
Grease and oilstains may be removed from the mechanism
bright chrome plated and should not be cleaned with a- base with o clean cloth and carbon tetrochloride. Do not
brasive cleaning and compounds. Use o mi l d al l ow carbon tetrachloride to come i n contoctwithmech-
swp or detergent wi th woter and a soft cloth or sponge. anism trim or other plastic parts.
Stereophonic records have a very complex groove. The Partofthe information required for stereophonic reproduc-
groove wiggles from side t o side just as i n a conventional ti on is recorded i n these up and dawn movements of the
record but i t also moves up and down at the same time. record groove.
Becouseofthe special groove, the pickup stylus must hove
high compliance (it must be free t o move and follow the
wiggles of the groove exactly) i n the sideways and up and
down directions.
Al l st ereopi ckup havegood loteral (sideways) and vertical
(up and down) cwnpliance. Some monaural or stondord
oickuos have vew poor vertical complionce. If a stereo
iecor: is played ;iih a pickup having poor vertical com-
pliance, thestyluswill gouge out the bottom of the groave
and l i t eral l y cut out t hest erw effect recordedon therecord.
The stereo record could be ~ i n e d i n a single ploy.
Wornstyliarebadforstondardrecords but they can be even Keep records clean and free from dust and di rt. This can
~orseforsterearecards. As a stylus wears, its t i p becomes best be accomplished by exercising care i n handling and
chiselshaped. This forms a very effi ci ent cutting tool that storing therecords. Do not l oy the records on a dusty sur-
can ruin a record i n short order. face. Do not wipe records wi th a di rt y cloth. Avoid
excessivehandling of records as the notural oi l i n the skin
wi l l leave oi l on the surface of the record and this wi l l
causeonaccumulationofdustand dirt. It is best to handle
therecord by the center hole and the outside edge.
Far this reason, we supply a long wearing diamond stylus
i nour stereo pickup and recommend that replacement styl i
have diamond tips. If sapphire styl i are-used for Stereo
Keep stylus clean at al l times and replace at first sign of
machines, they should be replaced much more frequently
wear. Keep needle brush clean and free of accumulated
thon on monaural machines.
dust and dirt.
Standardlampsand starters are used throughout the phono- Thefollowing i s a l i st of the lamps and starters used i n the
graph. Caution should be exercised i n changing lamps as Continental 2 phonograph:
same lamps are locked i n place with 0 fibre lacking tab
thatmust be ~ u l l e d out prior t o lamp rotation forremovol.
T-5 Fluorescent Lamp - Ti t l e Case
T-5 Fluorescent Lamp - Dame Trim
T-12 Fluorescent Lamp - Front Door
T-3 1/4 Pilot Light - Credit Light
FS-2 Fluorescent Starter for
FS-5 Fluorescent Starter for
12" 8 Watt
9" 6 Watt
24" 20 Watt
f47 6-8 Vol t
14-15-20 Watt
6-8 Watt
To open the front d wr insert one key into each of the N o
The push buttons are removed after the automotic selector
locks located on either side of the cabinet near the center
by removing the four self topping screws holding each of
of the door and turn each lock one quarter of o turn. The the push button guide brackets t o the front trim.
keys are removable i n either the locked or open porition.
Graspthedoor by the push buttons and pul l forward on the
top only. The door wi l l swing forward and down on a
continuous piono hinge and be retained i n the horizontal
p i t i o n by a sliding bar on each end of the door frame.
To remove the automatic selector, first unplug al l cables
totheuni t and removeall necessary cableclamps. Remove
onehex head machine screw from each end of the selector
frame. Slide selector frame toward the cabinet unti l the
head of the shoulder stud is centered i n the hole i n the
keyhole slot. Li f t selector frame and assembly from door
frame.
1. Disconneo hornen "A" ond credit lights "8".
Remove 3 cable clamps "C".
2. Remove lcrewr "D" from eoch
end of selector unit.
3. Grorp entire selector unit
firmly, (to ovoid
dropping) ond
slide toward cobinet
b direngoge pin5 i n
key slot%. Lifl unit
straight up.
4. To replose relector,
reverse above procedure.
I t is not necessory t o remove the push buttons on the auto-
matic selector assembly to change the glass i n the front
door. The glass may be changed by removing the six hex
machinescrew nuts locatedon the inside of the door frame.
three above and three below the glass. This permits the
front frame to be removed from the outside of the door and
givesaccess t o the gloss panel and other decorative ports.
The front door olso provides access t o the dome locking
latch, side speakers, receiver, credit lights, play meter,
front gri l l e I ~m~ondst ar t er , and the slug rejector ochloting
leverforlength adjustment as wel l ar t o the mechanism for
minor services.
The door i s odjustoble
to the rightand l ef t by
means of three screws
and three nuts located
i n the front leg of the
piano hinge along the
bottom of the door
frome.
The door i s adiustable i n
and out by means of two
wood screws located i n
eoch of the three door
mounting straps ottached
t o the mechanism shelf.
The dow is adjustable up
and down by means of the
six mochine screws used to
attach the piono hinge t o
the three door mounting
straps.
To change cortridges, styli, price cords, records, license located t o the right of center under the front edge of the
or to read the ploy meter or perform minor adjustments on topponel. Roise the front edge of the dome and support i t
themechonism i t is necessary to open the front door 0s ex-
by pulling forward and latching the window supports.
ploined on poge CM-7. Then rotote the dome lock latch
Formojorserviceormoximum access'ibiIity to the mechanism
compartment, remove the complete dome assembly. Open
and raise the dome. Remove the knurled retaining thumb
screws from the end of eoch window support. Reclose dome.
Unlock rear doors and pul l the key opproximotely 1/8out
of the lock to prevent the lock from relotching. Rotate the
upperond lower latches and open both rear doors. Remove
the retaining-studset screw located i n the underside of the
lower l i p of the support stand, between the two knurled
head cop screws. Using caution, again open the dome.
Roise the front edge of the dome unt i l both supports ore
free of their brockets. Pull the entire dome assembly for-
warduntil the dome hinge spring slips out of theslot i n the
supportstand. Dome is now free ond may be set aside. To
reorsemble the dome, reverse the above procedure, using
extreme caution to insure thot power wires i n the support
stondareproperly routed and wi l l not be cut or pinched by
the dome hinge spring when i t is reinserted i n the slot i n
the support stand.
The slug rejector access door lever latch i s locoted to the
right hand side of the mechanism trim and is occessible
when the dome is opened. Li f t the latch tab t o open the
access door which is spring lmded. When closing the
access door i t is advisable t o push down on the latch tab
and prets firmly on the outside of the door to insure prop-
er latching. The slug rejector access door provides access
t o the slug reiector for cleaning or removal and to the
coi n switches for adjustment or removol.
Access is gained t o the t i t l e racks by first unlocking the The Continental t i t l e rocks are designed t o hold the three
l i d casting across the top of the t i t l e case. Thi s l i d i s
inch long double t i t l e strip and ore front lighted. They
l i f t ed upword and forward. Ti tl e rocks are r emovedb~
haveoneadditionol slat at the bottom of each rock to per-
inserting o key, coin or other f l at objecl through the slot
mit insertion of a programming label supplied with the
i n the lower trim casting ond pushing upward. This raises
the t i t l e rack high enough t o permit easy removal. Titles
phonograph.
and labels may now be inserted i n the rack.
Eoch rack corries a lorge identifying letter as wel l as a
group of smoller numbers t o identify each slot.
Accessis gained to the two side lamps i n the t i t l e case by
opening the lidcasting across thetop as i n titlechonging.
Grasp the top lamp holder firmly and l i f t lamp holder as-
sembly approximately half wa out. Bulb moy then be
removed ond replaced, after wi i ch the lamp assembly i s
pressed back into its housing. Core must be exercised at
this point to avoid pinching the wires. Also make certain
no wires are i n a position t o be pinched when l i d casting
is closed and locked.
The t i t l e cose glass may be iemoved by first unlocking and
raisingthe l i d casting os i n t i t l e changing. The glass may
then be l i f t ed straight upward and removed for cleaning of
inside surfaces. Make certain the rubber gasket i s firmly
seatedon theedgerof the glass when the gldss i s replaced.
Theentire t i t l e case may be removed by first removing the
KNURLEDHEAD
glass dome, as explained previously. The power cable t o
CAP SCREWS
the t i t l e case is then disconnected by unplugging under
the top panel to the right of the support stand at the rear
of t he phonograph. Next remove the two knurled cap screws
that are inserted i nto the front edge of the support stand
underthe topponel. Finally, remove the two knurled head
cap screws that are inserted upward through the tube and
top panel and into the bottom of the support stand. The
support stand i s now free and may be set aside.
CAP SCREWS
CABLE CLAMP - -
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Access is gained t o the somd comparhnent througha large
openin i n the rear panel of the sound chamber. Discon-
nect a17 wires, inclbding power cord,, to both amplifiers.
Remove screws holdyng control amplifier t o mouncng ro:lr
and set amplif'er aside. Remove screws holding master
omplif:er to t hemo~nt i ng rails and set amplif:er aside. Do
not remove amplifier mounting rails. Unplug but do not
remove the transformer and fustat assembly. Remove al l
f l at head wood screws around edgeof access panel and set
panel aside. Speakers and speaker di vi di ng network are
now accessible for service or removal. Make certain the
access ponel is properly swt ed and 011 screws are f ul l y
driven when replacing this panel.
SELECTORS AND COMPONENTS ...................................
............................ COMPONENT FUNCTION DESCRIPTION
. .......................................... 1 LATCH SOLENOID
2 . LATCH RELAY ..............................................
. ............................................. 3 LATCH SWITCH
.................................... 4 . PUSH BUTTON SWITCHES
5 . END SWITCHES .............................................
............................. . 6 PUSH BUTTON RELEASE SWITCH
7 . E . P . SWITCH ..............................................
REMOVING THE AUTOMATIC SELECTOR FROM THE
................................................ PHONOGRAPH
MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS .....................................
................................ . 1 LATCH BAR OPERATING ROD
................................................ . 2 LATCH BAR
3 . LATCH SOLENOID ..........................................
4 . LATCH SWITCH ............................................
. ............................................ 5 ENDSWITCHES
................................... 6 . E . P . SWITCH ACTUATOR
7 . E . P . SWITCH ..............................
AUTOMATIC SEARCH UNIT .........................
SEARCH WIPER DRIVE GEARS ....................................
........................ MOTOR GEARS AND SPRAG WHEEL GEAR
SPRAG RELAY .................................................
.......................................... NUMBER WIPER ARMS
............................................ LETTER WIPER ARMS
RELAY ADJUSTMENTS .............................................
SPRAG RELAY .................................................
SCHEMATIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS
PHONOGRAPH IDLE . NOT PLUGGED IN. N O CREDIT ............
INSTANTPHONOGRAPH IS PLUGGED IN. NO CREDIT .
............ LATCH SOLENOID IS ENERGIZED THRU LATCHSWITCH
AFTER PHONOGRAPH IS PLUGGED IN. NO CREDIT .
LATCH SOLENOID IS PICKED UP AND HELD UP THRU
MECHANICALSWITCHTURNED ON PICKS UP R? RELAY
............ AND CLOSES ASSOCIATED CONTACTS NO-CREDIT
INSTANTCREDIT IS ESTABLISHED(l0t) CREDIT PLUNGER
AS CREDIT I S ESTABL~SHED (lo$) RI RELAY PICKS UP
AND ITS CONTACTS OPEN UP ~ATCH SOLENOID
............................. CIRCUIT DROPPING LATCH BARS
INSTANT PUSH BUTTON SHAFTS ARE DEPRESSED TO
MAKE A SELECTION (J-15) - SEARCH MOTOR I N RE-
........................ CEIVER IS STARTED THRU R3 CONTACTS
........................ INSTANT SPRAG CIRCUIT IS INITIATED..
............................... INSTANT SPRAG RELAY PICKS UP
100 MlLLlSECS AFTER SPRAG RELAY HAS PICKED UP.
R~DROPS OUT WHICH I N TURN DROPS OUT R1, T H ~
......................... ENERGIZING THE LATCH SOLENOID
LATCH SOLENOID WLLS IN RELEASING PUSHBUTTON
SHAFTS, AND THUS DE-ENERGIZING SPRAG RELAY
R2 RELAY PICKS UP AGAIN ...................................
IF ADDITIONAL CREDIT I S LEFT O N THE MACHINE OR
MORE CREDIT IS PUT ON, THE CIRCUIT REVERTS TO
THECONDITION ASSHOWN I N SCHEMATIC (page 21)
RELAY TO MAKE NEXT SELECTION ............................
PAGE
20
21
Al l versions of the automatic selector ore functionally the
some. They differ only i n the physical arrangement of the
parts and i n the way they ore mounted i n the phonographs.
Operotion of the complete automatic selector con be best
understood by on onalysis of the function of each of its
parts.
1. LATCH SOLENOID
This solenoid controls the latching and unlatching
of the pushbuttans. In the "stand-by" condition of
the machine, the l atch solenoid's plunger is pul l ed
i n ond the pushbuttons ore free - t hat is, they con
be pushed i n but they wi l l not lotch. When credit
is established i n the credit unit, the latch solenoid
is turned of f and the pushbuttons wi l l latch i n when
they are depressed.
2. LATCH RELAY
The latch relay controls the lotch solenoid. When
the reloy is energized, i t shuts off the solenoid so
thot the pushbuttons may be Iotched in. When the
reloy i s turned off, i t energizes the l otch solenoid.
The latch reloy is turned on by tbe credit rings i n
the credit uni t. It wi l l stov eneraized unt i l the last
credit has been played off.'
3. LATCH SWITCH
When the switch is closed, it shorts out o resistor
thatisinseries wi th the l atch solenoid. This allows
o heavy current pulse t o fl ow through the solenoid
so i t wi l l have a strong pul l at the time the push-
buttonsmustbeunlotched. When the l otch solenoid
ispulled i n al l the way, the lotch switch opens and
removes the short from the series resistor. The re-
sistor now limits the current through the solenoid t o
an amount sufficient t o hol d the plunger i n but low
enough toprevent over heating of the solenoid coil.
4. PUSHBUTTON SWITCHES
These switches ore connected through the cable and
plugs t o the individual segments on the commutators
i n the outomotic seorch uni t. When the pushbutton
switches ore closed, they complete o ci rcui t to the
search segments thot con be "found" by the search
unit's wipers.
5. END SWITCHES
Top Contacts (closest to the top of the contact
stock). These contocts turn on the outomotic search
unit. The ci rcui t is arranged so that the end switch
on the letter pushbutton bank plus the end switch on
either number bank must be closed before the auto-
matic search unit wi l l start. The end switch con-
tacts actually control two things - the common
connection of the sprog reloy ci rcui t (thru the push-
button shaft contocts and seorch segments) and the
selector motor control relay.
Bottom Contocts(closest to the battomof the contact
stack). These contocts ~r ovi de on auxi l i ary ci rcui t
to keep the lotch solenoid energized i n case the
player holds the pu&buttonsdown after his selection
has been mode.
6. PUSHBUTTON RELEASE SWITCH
(Upper left hand corner of selec-
tor panel)
When this switch is operated, the latch reloy is
temporarily shut off. This ollows the l atch solenoid
t o ~ u l l i n its ~l unger ond release any pushbutton
thot i s latched in.
7. E.P. SWITCH
The EP switch does not function unless an optional
EP switch actuator is installed on the l etter push-
button bank.
The normolly closed contocts connect the stondard
price credit ring (i n the credit unit) to the selection
system. I f the EP switch is operated, onl y the pre-
mium price credit ring wi l l be connected.
The nomlollyopen contocts areconnected across the
cancel stop solenoid i n the credit uni t. If the
switch i s operated, the cancel stop solenoid wi l l
not operate so credit for o premium priced record
wi l l be taken of f when the selection is mode.
, Note: When the E? switch is t o be used, the
jumper between the normally closed con-
tacts must be removed.
Removing the Selector from
the Phonograph
1. Open front door.
2. Unplug the harnesses and disconnect the push-
button release switch.
3. Remove the two Iorge screws holding theselector
to the front door.
4. Slide the selector free of the mounting stock.
from the pushbuttons, they wi l l not latchand release
properly.
When the automatic selector is replaced i n the The frame of the automatic selector used i n Lyric
phonograph, its position must be adjwted so that and Continental phonographs is slotted so that the
there is the proper relationship between the ends of entire unit may be moved closer to or farther away
the metal pushbutton switch shafts and the plastic fran the pushbuttons os required. The selector murt
pushbuttons. be level --that is one end must not be higher than
The shafts must support the pushbuttons against their the other. The selector wi l l be i n perfect position
stops, but the selector must not be so close to the
pushbuttons thot the shafts are partially depressed.
If the shafts ore partially depressed, or are too for
buttons. The unit should either be moved
The latch bar aperafing rod
slide freely wi f h no fenden
a small amount of DC-44 silicone
grease where i t sl i des on the
55s -7
Latch Bars
The latch bars i n the pushbutton
switch banks are odiusted indepen-
132 LARGEST GAP
dently of one another by means of
the sepomte actuators ottached t o
the operating rod. Adjust as fol-
lows:
SWITCH SHAFT
Slide the operating rod away
from the latch solenoid as for
as i t wi l l go.
Makesur ~ol l latch bar actua-
t on push against theirrespect-
ive latch bars so thot the
pushbutton switch shafts can
be depressed. The latch bar
should protrude abaut 1/8"
beyound the end of the switch
bank.
Depress o ~ushbutton switch slow-
l y andobserve the gap that appears
between the end of the latch bar
and the actuator. A t one point i n
the travel of the shaft the gap wi l l
reach o maximum. Further travel
of the shaft wi l l cause i t to latch
i n and the latch bar willsnap back
ogoinst the actuator.
Hol d the pushbuttonswitch shoft i n
the position thot produces the larg-
est gap between the latch bar and
the octuator and adjust the actua-
tor so that this gap is 1/32". This
is about thickness of an ordinory
paper match. As a check, sl i p the
cover of a paper match book be-
tween the end of the latch t nr and
the actuator. Al l the pushbutton
switch shafts should s t i l l latch and
release properly.
Follow this procedure for each
pushbutton bank.
-~
,
ing the plunger in, slide the
entire solenoid out (toward the
end of the selector) unti l the
pushbutton switch shoft i s re-
Iwsed. Slide the solenoid out
1/64" more and tighten the
mounting screws.
MakesLre thesolenoid i s level
solenoid i n toward the center
so that the plunger wi l l not
of the selector.
tend to bind i n the core.
tch i n o pushbutton switch k the over travel of the
Lotch Switch
When the latch solenoid is not
energized, the latch switch must
be closed. As the contacts close, .010 TO .015 GAP
the nonmoving switch blade must
deflect at least .010.
When the latch solenoid is ener-
gized, the latch switch must be
open. The gap between the can- ,010 MINIMUM GAP
tact1 .010 to .015.
Adjust the operating point of the
switch by twisting theswitch mwnt-
LATCH SOLENOID NOT ENERGIZED
ing bracket.
.001 MINIMUM
PUSHBUTTON LATCHED I N GAP BETWEEN
PUSHBUTTONS RELEASED
\ I
This actuator can be obtained SWITCH
from your AM1 distributor. Mov- ACTUATOR
able tabs on the actuator make i t ARM
possible for from2 t o6 letter push-
buttons tobe classifiedos "E. P. "or
"STEREO". There i s noodjurtment
to theoctuotor exceptto make sure
it opercltes without binding, and
that it i s operated by the desired
pushbuttons.
MOVABLE TABS
Note the position of theoctuotor,
i n relation to the switch. Make
sure the movable tabs ore over the
desired pushbuttons. As the ac-
tuator i s located ogoinst the push-
button bank channel, be sure to
hoak the rear end of the spring
(right end of actuator) over turned
edge of pushbutton bank channel.
Remove the mounting screw in-
dicated and rotote switch assembly
out of the wayso that the actuator
assembly may be attached with its
two screws. Reposition both, the
switch and actuator, before tight-
ening ony of the mounting screws.
E.P. Switch
The E.P. Switch must meet the
following conditions:
When the Switch i s not Actuated:
The contact pressure of
normally closed cont
should be 25-45 grams.
Blade "A" should push against
its stiffener with o force of 30
to 40 grams.
Contact (A 8 8) should be
open.
LCONTROL RELAY L HARNESS AND PLUG ASSEMBLY
ASSEMBLY
The spmg relay is adjusted by loorening its mounting
screws and poritioning i t to meet the following
conditionr:
a. Holding the armature arm against the magnet core
so that there i s no air gap, shift the position of
the sprag relay assembly so that the sprog tooth i s
fully seated between the teethof the sprag wheel.
The flat surfaceof the s rag tooth must be verticol
and must make straight Pinecontact with the sprag
wheel twth. Tighten the two mounting screws
securely while the assembly is held i n position.
b. Turn the stop screw down until the spmg tooth i s fully engaged be-
tween two teeth of the sprag wheel.
CAUTION: Do not over tighten the screw.
c. Back out screw exactly one com lete turn. At this point examine
the spmg relay contacts which s g ould be actuated as shown.
f hwl d not be actuated.
d. Back out stop screw exactly one-half turn more. The contacts
NOTE: If contacts are not as described i n steps "c" and "d" ad-
justments shwld be made by bending the fixed(non-moving) blade.
e. Back w t the stop screw to a point where the sprag tooth barely
drags on the tops of the spmg wheel teeth as thewheel isrotated.
f. Back w t the stop screw an additional one-quarter turn.
NOTE: ADJUST THE NUMBER WIPER FIRST.
1. NUMBER WIPER
Wi th the number search wiper i n the number The rotational position of the orm must be
one position and the sprag tooth seated i n such that when the sprag tooth of the arm-
the teeth of the sprag wheel, the rotational
ature is seated i n the teeth of the sprog
position of the letter wiper arm must be such
wheel, the point of contact of the wiping
that the two outside letter wiping blades ore
blade is .015 t o .040 inch from the trai l i ng
making contact wi t h two separate segments.
edge of the particular segment upon which
the blade is resting.
The point of contact of each blade must be
equally rpaced from the nearest edge of the
respective segmentr.
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equal spacing
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SSS-15
H- 8000- D CONTROL RELAY
H-3303-E MOTOR RELAY
Hinge gap with armature held against the magnet cae is .006 - .010.
With armature open:
a. One armoture arm must touch the brass spacer plate.
b. Gap between the other armature arm and the brass spacer plate must
not exceed .005.
c. Gap between the armature and core at the closest point must be .021
With a .007 shim between the armature and mognetcae the namally cpen
contacts must close.
With a .011 shim between the armature and magnet cae and the armature
held against it, the normally closed contacts must open.
H- 8050- SPRAG RELAY
Hinge gap with armoture held against magnet cwe i s .001 to .a.
tact pressure between namally closed contacts must be 8 to 14
See page 14 for proper contact spacing.
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SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
PHONOGRAPH IDLE - NOT PLUGGED IN, NO-CREDIT.
PUSHBUTTON
END SWITCHES
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-
-
-
-
.I MFO
-
555-17
-
INSTANT PHONOGRAPH I S PLUGGED IN, NO-CREDIT. LATCH SOLENOID I S
ENERGIZED THRU LATCH SWITCH.
PUSHBUlTDN
END SWITCHES
.I MFD
- 2
AFTER PHONO HAS BEEN PLUGGED IN. NO-CREDIT. LATCH SOLENOID I S
PICKED UP AND HELD I N THRU DROPPING RESISTOR (CURRENT LIMITED).
PUSHBUTTON
END SWITCHES
H HAS OPENED
.I MFD
SSS-19
AS CREDIT I S ESTABLISHED ( 10~) R1 RELAY PICKS UP AND ITS CONTACTS OPEN
UP LATCH SOLENOID CIRCUIT, DROPPING LATCH BARS INTO LATCH POSITION.
PUSHBUTTON
END SWITCHES
WIPER
' 1 6 , * : : : ) 4 /
w
.I MFO
INSTANT SPRAG CIRCUIT I S INITIATED.
SSS -24
100 MILLISECS.AFTER SPRAG RELAY HAS PICKED UP, R2 DROPS OUT WHICH IN
TURN DROPS OUT R1, THUS ENERGIZING THE LATCH SOLENOID.
PUSHBUTTON
END SWITCHES
.I MFO
555-26
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.I MFD
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SSS-27
IFADDITIONALCREDIT I S LEFT O N THE MACHINE OR MORE CREDIT IS PUT ON,
THE CIRCUIT REVERTS TO THE CONDITION AS SHOWN IN STEP 6 READY TO
MAKE NEXT SELECTION.
PUSHBUTTON
EN0 SWITCHES
I MFO
R-Ia65 i
and
R-2358
A-UTOMArIC
ELECrORS
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Service
ManuaI
MODEL
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HONO. AND SE ...........
OMPONENT FUNCTION DESCRIPTION.. ..............
............................... 1. LATCH SOLENOID
2. LATCH RELAY ..............................
3. LATCH SWITCH .......................................... 5
4. PUSHBUTTON SWITCHES ................................... 5
.......................................... 5. END SWITCHES 5
6. PUSHBUllON RELEASESWITCH .............................. 5
............................................ 7. E. P. SWITCH 5
REMOVING THE AUTOMATiC SELECTOR FROM
THE PHONOGRAPH ......................................... s
......................................... MODELK REMOVAL 5
LYRIC AND CONTINENTAL REMOVAL ............................ 6
REINSTALLING THE AUTOMATIC SELECTOR IN
................................... THE PHONOGRAPH
.......................... MODEL K REINSTALLATION
............ LYRIC AND CONTINENTAL REINSTALLATION
ECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS
.................... 1. LATCH BAR OPERATING ROD
.......................... 2. LATCH BARS
....................... LATCH SOLENOID
......................... LATCH SWITCH
. END SWITCHES .......................
. E. P. SWITCH ..............................
. E. P. SWITCH ACTUATOR ................
HEMATIC DIAGRAMS. ............................. .TI, 12, 13 a 14
...................... EARLY MODEL K (R-2358-A AND R-2358-Cl 11
........................ LATE MODEL K (R-2358-A AND R-2358-C) 12
LYRIC AND CONTINENTAL (R-1865-A AND R-1865-81 ................ 13
................ LYRIC AND CONTINENTAL IR-1865-E AND R-1865-F) 14
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CIRCUIT RESISTOR SMTCH LATCH BAR E.P.SW1
HOUSING (7 WATT) LATCH FUSETRON OPERATING ROD
SOLENOID (.6 AMP)
CAPACITOR
R-1865 AUTOMATIC SELECTOR
PUSHEUTTON
LATCH BAR
ACTUATOR
TCH
PUSHBUTTON
LATCH BAR
MOUNTING BANK SOLENOID
PUSHBUTTON PUSH BUTTON PUSHBUTTON
(NUMBERS. 11-20)
R- 2358 AUTOMATIC SELECTOR
in the phonographs.
each of its parts.
6. PUSHBUTTON RELEASE SWITCH
(Upper left hand corner of selec-
tor panel)
When this switch is operated, the latch relay
is temporarily shut off. This allows the latch
solenoid to pull in its plunger and release any
pushbutton that is latched in.
3. LATCH SWITCH
plunger in but low enough to prevent o
heating of the solenoid coil.
4. PUSHBUTTON SWITCHES
slide the record changer all the way to the
These switches are connected through the ca-
ble and plugs to the individual segments on
in the record changer compartment.
the commutators in the automatic search unit.
3. Unplug the cables from the automatic selector.
When the pushhutton swi t ches are closed,
4. Slip the credit lights off t hei r mount i ng
brackets.
5. Slip off the 'leads to the pushbutton release
switch.
6. Remove the four wing nuts that secure the
bottom ends of the selector's mounting brack-
ets to the control panel casting.
7. Remove the retaining $ips in the hinge pins
matic search unit. The circuit is arranged so
at the top of the selector.
that the end switch on the letter pushbutton
8. Slide the hinge pins free of the hinge brackets
bank plus the end switch on either number
and lift the selector from the machine.
5
LYRIC 8 CONTI NENTAL.
1. Open front door.
2. Unplug the harnesses and disconnect the
pushbutton release switch.
3. Remove the two large screws holding the se-
lector to the front door.
4. Slide the selector free of the mounting stack.
Repl aci ng the Aut omat i c Sel ect or in the
Phonogr aph
When the automatic selector is revlaced in the
phonograph, its position must b e adjusted so
that there is the proper relationship between
the ends of the metal pushbutton switch shafts
and the plastic pushbuttons.
The shafts must support the pushbuttons against
their stops, but the selector must not be so close
to the pushbuttons that the shafts are partially
depressed. If the shafts are partially depressed,
or are too far from the pushbuttons, they will
not latch and release properly.
MODEL K
In the Model K, the position of the automatic
selector is adjusted by means of elastic stop nuts
on the four mounting screws. Turning the nuts
in - toward the control panel cast i ng - will
allow the automatic selector to swing in closer
to the pushbuttons.
Check the adiustments of the auto-
matic selector in the following order:
Turning the nuts out will limit the forward swing
of the selector and hold the switch shafts away
from the pushbuttons.
Important: All four mounting brackets on the
automatic sel ect or must bottom
against the adj ust i ng nuts at the
same time. Otherwise, the frame will
be warped when the wing nuts are
tightened down. This will interfere
with the proper latching and releas-
ing of the pushbutton shafts.
LYRI C 8 CONTI NENTAL
The frame of the automatic selector used in
Lyric and Continental phonographs is slotted so
that the entire unit may be moved closer to or
.
farther away from the pushbuttons as required.
The selector must be level - that is one end must
not be higher than the other. The selector will
be in perfect position if all the push-button switch
shafts touch the plastic buttons at t he same
time without any of the shafts being partially
depressed.
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The latch bar operating rod must
slide freely with no tendency to
bind. It should be lubricated with
a small amount of DC-44 silicone
Adjust as follows:
pears between the
latch bar and the
of the shaft will cause
cover of a paper match book
p back agai nst the between the end of the latch
bar and the actuator. All the
' pushbutton swi tch shafts
should still latch and release
llow this procedure for each
- Latch Solenoid
The plunger of the latch solenoid
must have !&" to %" over travel
beyond the pointwherethe push-
button switch shafts are released.
Adjust 0 s follows:
Loosen the mounting screws
holding the sol enoi d to the
main frame (In the Model K
selector, i t wi l l be necessary
to remove the light reflector,
which overlaps the solenoid,
in order to reach the solenoid
mounting screws.) and sl i de
the solenoid in toward the cen-
ter of the selector.
Latch i n a pushbutton switch
shaft i n the bank that exhibits
the largest gap between the
bar and its act uat or as de-
scribed obove.
.
Pull the plunger al l the way
into the latch solenoid. Hold-
i ng the plunger in, slide the
entire solenoid out (toward the
end of the selector) until the
pushbutton switch shaft is re-
leased. Slide the solenoid out
y" mor e a n d t i ght en t he
mounting screws.
Make sure the solenoid i s level
so that the plunger wi l l not
tend to bi nd i n the core.
Check the over travel of the
plunger carefully by operating
the plunger slowly by hand to
unlatch shafts i n each bank.
Latch Switch
When the latch solenoid is not
energized, the latch switch must
be closed. As the contacts close,
the non- movi ng switch blade
must deflect at least .010.
When the latch solenoid i s ener-
gized, the latch switch must be
open. The gap between the con-
tacts .010 to .015.
Adjust the operating point of t he
switch by twisting t he swi t ch
mounting bracket.
,001 MINIMUM GAP
LATCH SOLENOID NOT ENERGIZED
when the Switch is Actuated:
Blade " D should be moved
at least .OIO1' from its stiffner
by the action of the moving
contact (C).
Blade "A" should push against
its stiffener with a force of 30
to 40 grams.
Contacts (A 8 B) shoul d b e
open.
This act uat or can be obtained
from your AM1 distributor. Mov-
able tabs on the actuator make
i t possible for from 2 to 6 letter
pushbuttons to be classified as
"E.P." or "STEREO". There i s no
adjustment to the actuator except
to make sure i t operates without
binding, and that i t i s operated
by the desired pushbuttons.
During the operation of an "E.P."
pushbutton, the blades (A B B) on
the "E.P." switch should open before
the outside pair on t he st ar t i ng
switch at the end of letter bushbutton
bank closes. The operating point of
the "E.P." switch is adj ust ed by
bending the tab on the switch ac-
tuator as necessary.
LYRl C and CONTINENTAL
Model K application i s
t
shown on lower
part of page 9
L
E.P. Switch Actuator
Both appl i cat i ons, Model K,
LYRIC and CONTINENTAL Mod-
els, of the act uat or is shown
here. Note that the position of
the actuator, i n relation to the
switch, is reversed i n the two
applications. Make sure the mov-
able tabs are over the desired
pushbuttons. As the actuator i s
located against the pushbutton
bank channel, be sure to hook
the rear end of the spring (left
end of actuator on model K-
right end on LYRIC and CONTI-
NENTAL) over turned edge of
pushbutton bank channel.
PUSHBUTTON
\ ACTU~TOR MOUNTING
MOVABLE TABS /SCREW
I n LYRIC and CONTINENTAL ap-
plications, remove the mounting
screw indicated and rotate switch
assembly out of the way so that
the actuator assembly may be
attached with its two screws. Re-
position both, the switch and ac-
tuator, before tightening any of
the mounting screws.
LATE MODEL K
R-2358-A R-2358-C
SCHEMATIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM FOR 2 0 0 A and IOOA
NO REMOTE CONTROL
NO CREDIT
DC SWITCH OPEN
(COMMON)
+ D.C.
R-1865-E SELECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
STANDARD PARTS
R-1473 CREDIT UNIT ASSEMBLY
16-32 r 1/4 S m , Slotted Hexagon Worhor Hmd Machine Ssrcw
16-32 x Y 8 Semr, Slotled Hcxaga Worhar Hood Machine Ssrew
18-32 x I/4 Sms, Slotted Hexagon Woshcr Heod Machine Ssrew
18-32 x 7/16 Sms, Slotted Hexagon Wohr r Hmd Mashinc Screw
18-32 r 1/2 Scms, Slolted Hexagon Worher Hmd Mashinc Screw
110-32 x 3/16 Scm, Slotted Hexagon Worhar Hcod Machine Screw
110-32 x I/4 Semr, Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Machine Ssrcw
12% x I/4 Slotled Round Head Screw Type "23"
# 4 4 0 i 5/8 Socket Head COP Screw
14-40 Squore Mashin. Screw Nut
'6 Machine Screw Washer
R-1865 AUTOMATIC SELECTOR ASSEMBLY
14-40 x 1/4 Semr, Slotted Hexagon Wal er H d Moshine Screw
(Externol Loskmsher)
14-40 x 9/16 Semr, Slotted Hexagon Warher Hcad Machine Screw
(External Lockwarher)
16-32 x 1/4 Scms, Slotted Hexagon Worher Heod Mashinc Screw
(External Lockwosherl
'6-32 x 5/16 Sems, Slotted Hexagon Washer Hmd Machine Ssrcw
(External Loskwshed
"8-32 r I/4 Semr, Slotted Hexagon Worher Heod Machine Screw
(Extcrnol Lockwoherl
r8-32 x 5/16 Semr, Phillips Round Heod Machine Screw
16 x 1/4 SlottedHoaogonWarher HeadMachineScrew Typa "Z"
16 x 3/8 Phillips Round Head Screw Tvoe "Z"
18-32 Hexagon Moshine Screw NU;
)
Stepper Mec Assembly
R-1896
PART
(IN. DESCRlnlON
*
No. QN. DESCRIPTION
Tension Spring
F-8329-A 1 Switch Assembly
F-3787-A Stepper& Bracket Assembly (L. H.) F-8352 1 Solder Lug
Includes F-8788 1
Support Bmcket (L. H.)
Stepper Assembly F-8789 1 Support Bracket (R.H.)
F-8796 1 Stepper Mounting Bracket
F-8797 1 Stepper Mounting Bracket
F-10156-A Wiper &Stepping Wheel Assembly
Includes:
F-3501 Clamping Plate
Bracket -Stepper Mwnting (L.H.)
1 F-3505 i Stepping Wheel
F-3508 Wiper Arm Stepper
S-12004 Plain Washer F-3747 Double Nut
F-8925 Wiper Blade
F-3788-A Stepper 8 Bracket Ass
Wiper 8 Stepping Wheel
Stepper Assembly
Includes:
F-2284
Wiper Arm Stepper
Double Nut
F-3553
Stepper Mounting Bracket (R. H .)
S-1200-G Plain Washer
F-5909 2 Locating Screw
Commutator & Eyelet Assemb
H-2795-A 1
Commutator& Eyelet Aeembl
H-3068-A 1
Frame - Reset
Coil & Bracket Assembly
V) 5-9315 1 Cable Clamp
&
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NOTE!
In the schematic diagrams on pages 12 and 13
of this manual, you will find an R2 SWITCH be-
tween the PUSHBUTTON RELEASE and the LATCH
RELAY. I n these two diagrams this switch should
be ignored. The same switch in the diagram on
page 14 should be shown OPEN instead of closed.
Please mar k these corrections on each of the
schematics.
RECORD CHANGER
SERVICE MANUAL
AUTOMATIC MUSIC, IHC.
PAGE
................................ . . . COMPONENTS WHAT THEY DO 4
CYCLE OF OPERATION ............................................. 5 thru 13
RECORD CHANGER SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM .........................
5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SELECTION MADE ................................................. 6
RECORD MAGAZINE MOTOR STARTING .............................
6
....................................... ODD NUMBERED SELECTION 7
EVEN NUMBERED SELECTION ....................................... 7
.............................. RECORD MOVES TOWARD TURNTABLE ; 8
REfORD PLACED O N TURNTABLE (ODD SELECTION) .................. 9
RECORD PLACED O N TURNTABLE (EVEN SELECTION) .................
10
........................... TRANSFER MOTOR STOPS . RECORD PLAYS
11
........................................ RECORD FINISHES PLAYING 11
....................... RECORD MOVES TOWARD RECORD MAGAZINE 12
RECORDS RETURNED TO RECORD MAGAZINE .........................
SCAN CYCLE CONTINUES ..........................................
........................... SCAN CYCLE STOPS . CHANGER AT REST . ~ ~ ~ ~~~ ~ ~~~
MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS ....................................... 14 thn
......................................... TURNTABLE CENTERING
......................................... OUTER SHOE HEIGHT
..................................................... TONE ARM
........................................... TONE ARM HEIGHT
............................................ TONE ARM PIVOT
.............................................. STYLUS HEIGHT
................................. STYLUS LANDING POSITION
STYLUS PRESSURE ............................................
TONE ARM BIAS SPRING .........................................
................................................. CUT-OFF SWITCH '
STYLUS REPLACEMENT ..............................................
..................................
STYLUS CENTERING - MONAURAL L
...................................... STYLUS CENTERING -STEREO
....................................... RECORD MAGAZINE MOTOR
....................................... TRANSFER SWITCH ASSEMBLY
....................................... TRANSFER MOTOR POSITION
SCAN CONTROL ASSEMBLY ........................................
.................................. OUTER SHOE SUPPORT (Pin Wheel)
.............................. PAWL LIFTER (Stopping Switch Assembly)
.............................................. STOPPING SWITCHES
. ................................... PLAYMETER GEAR a d PINION ;.
................................... POPULARITY METER ALIGNMENT
......................................... PLAYMETER RESET LEVER
BELT TENSION .................................................
................................ SELECT PIN PUSHERS ALIGNMENT
....................................... PICTORIAL WIRING DIAGRAM
... .................................... LUBRICATION CHARTS ......
TRANSFER MOTOR Drives transfer assembly. RECORD TRANSFER and CAMSHAFT AS-
SEMBLY Transfer record t o turntable from
magazine and returns i t after play. Cam-
shaft cont r ol s movement of tone arm
through camplote and actuates camshaft
switches.
TURNTABLE and MOTOR ASSEMBLY Motor
SCAN CONTROL Contoins scan magnets drives turntable through idler assembly.
which are energized by sprag relay con-
tacts . . . cause scan switch (which is
also located i n scan control) t o close turn-
PIN WHEEL Mechanically "remembers" all
ina on record maaazine motor. \
selections made.
TONE ARM and CAMPLATE ASSEMBLY
TRANSFER MOTOR RELAY Controls apera-
tion of transfer motor. This box is also
junction far: A.C. line cord t o changer,
table motor power cords.
each selection made into path of stopping
switch trip levers.
STOPPING SWITCH ASSEMBLY Causes
magazine t o stop at selected record and
PLAYMETER RESEl LEVER Resets ploymeter
resets selection pi n i n pinwheel.
pins.
RECORD RETAINER BELT ASSEMBLY.
PLAYMETER ASSEMBLY Indicates selection
TRANSFER SWITCHES Energize reset sole-
playing and registers extent of play of
noids, (in stopping switch ass'y.), determin-
each record i n phono.
ing reset of odd or even pin.
PLAYMTER PINION GEAR
CAMSHAFT SWITCHES See 5A and 58 of
cycle of operation sequence diagroms.
wheel.
PIN PUSHER CRANK Couple
makes proper record available t o transfer
verter, or manual selector,
assembly.
pin-pusher assembly.
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CONTROL BOX Contains reversing relay
CUT-OFF SWITCH Energizes reversing re- and on-off, manual rotate toggle switch.
lay which energizes honsfer motor control
reiay.
The record changer and its electrical system operate in
a deflnite, orderly sequence. Each step in the sequence
depends on the successful completion of the one just
before it.
While trial and error methods may get a machine back
into operation, really efficient trouble-shooting and re-
pair can be done only i f the normal operating cycle of
the unit is thoroughly understood.
The following illustrations show, in schematic form, the
step by step functioning of al l the electrical devices i n
the record changer. The explanation of each step corre-
lates the electrical and the mechanical action of each
mart.
RCS -5
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N.O. = NORMALLY OPEN
SELECTION MADE . .
N.C. = NORMALLY CLOSED
MECHANICALLI: ELECTRICALLI:
Sprag relay confasts close
Scan magnet energized
Selection solenoid energized
Comshoft switch No. 6 1N.C.l closed lot rest1 -Muting relay energized
- - - - - - - - -- - - - -
D.C. -
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SELECTION SOLENOID
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SCAN
SPRAG RELAY I
MAGNET PLUG PIN CONTACTS
No. 5
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CAMSHAFT L - -NOT I N RECORD CHANGER -
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SWITCH No. 6 1N.C.I I.
RECORD MAGAZI NE MOTOR STARTING.. .
MECHANICALLY ELECTRICALLY
Selection solenoid extends pin for
porticulor selection.
Scon magnet energized - closer scan swifch. L Energizes record magazine molor.
D.C. - D.C. +
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CAMSHAFT STOPPING STOPPING
MAGAZINE
SWITCH No. 2 SWITCH No. 2 SWITCH No. 1
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CAMSHAFT
SWITCH TO MUTING RELAY
1N.C.I
ODD NUMBERED SELECTI ON. . .
MECHANICALLY ELECTRICALLY
Stopping switches, (located on record mogozinel,
rotate until slopping switch No. 1 encounters
extended pin - stopping switch No. 1 closes L Record magazine motor dynomicolly bmked.
Toggleshifter solenoid No. 1 energized.
D.C. -
D.C. +
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STOPPING
I ] SWITCH No. 1 1
( 1
SCAN SWITCH RECORD CAMSHAFT
MAGAZINE
SWITCH No. 2
a MOTOR
~ ( M W Z I ?
SWITCH TO MUTING RELAY
No. 6 (N.C.1
CAMSHAFT
STOPPING SWITCH No. 5
SWITCH No. 2
.. ~
TOGGLESHIFTER
SOLENOID No. 1 I
V
EVEN NUMBERED SELECTI ON. . .
MECHANICALLY ELECTRICALLY
Stopping ~witcher, (locoled on record mogozinel,
rotate until stopping switch No. 2 encounters
extended pin - stopping switch No. 2 closes -Record magazine motor dynomicolly braked.
Togglerhifter solenoid No. 2 energized.
D.C. -
t
STOPPING
I SWITCH No. 2
STOPPING
CAMSHAFT
SWITCH NO. 4 SWITCH NO. 1
MAGAZINE
SWITCH No. 2
fl MOTOR
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SWITCH TO MUTING RELAY
No. 6 (N.C.1
TOGGLESHIFTER
SOLENOID No. 2
RCS -7
RECORD MOVES TOWARD TURNTABLE.. .
MECHANICALLY ELECTRICALLY
Stopping switch cloring, olso: h energizes transfer motor control reloy.
Transfer motor control relay conlads close; Lener gi zi ng transfer motor.
Transfer motor rotates.
Toggleshifter aduotes transfer switch.
Lever on transfer assembly operates
comshoh switches:
Comshoft swilch No. 1 closes -Energizer hlrntable motor.
Comshoh switch No. 2 opens P Dc-energizes record magazine motor.
Camshoh switch No. 3 closer L Partially completer circuit for reverring relay.
Camshah switch No. 4 opens
LDe-energi zer togglerhifter solenoid No. 2 circuil.
- Camshoftsm'tch No. 5 opens
De-energizes togglerhiffer solenoid No. 1 circuit.
D.C. - D.C. 4-
A.C. . a
4
1 I '4 TRANSFER MOTOR
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STOPPING SWITCH TRANSFER I t 2 i E E R I RwERsI NG
No. 1 SWITCH No. 2 1 MOTOR I RELAY
CONTACTS
1
CAMSHAFT
8
RCS -8
CAMSHAFT SWITCH 1
No. 6 1N.C.k TO MUTI NG RELAY
.
RECORD PLACED ON TURNTABLE ( ODD SELECTION). . .
-
MECHANICALLY ELECTRICALLY
Transfer issembly has positioned record ove~
turntable: gripper bow releases record.
Cam positions tone arm onto record.
Lever engages camshaft switch No. 6.
Camshoft switch No. 6, IN.C.1, opens
'L De.encrgizes muting relay circuit,
Camrhoft switch No. 6, (N.0.1, closes
-
Energizes reset solenoid No. 1.
RESET SOLENOID No. 1
-
A.C. @
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1 TRANSFER MOTOR
CAMSHAR D.C. $
SWITCH No. 6
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CAMSHAR
SWITCH No. 1
3$J
TRANSFER
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SWITCH No. 1
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I TURNTABLE MOTOR
RCS -9
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STOPPING TRANSFER
I TRANSFER I
SWITCH No. 1 SWITCH No.
2 I MOTOR I
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1 RELAY
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RECORD PLACED ON TURNTABLE (EVEN SELECTION) . . .
MECHANICALLY
ELECTRICALLY
Transfer assembly has positioned record over turntable
gripper bow releaser record-cam positions tone arm
onto record.
Lever engages camshaft switch No. 6.
Camshaft switch No. 6, 1N.C.I. opens
- Dc-energizes muting relay circuit.
C~mshoft switch No. 6, IN.O.1, closer
- Energizes reset solenoid No. 2.
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4 TRANSFER
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CAMSHAFT
RESET SOLENOID No. 2 SWITCH No. 1
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STOPPING
ej 1
REVERSING
SWITCH No. 2 RELAY
CONTACTS
TRANSFER A
SWITCH No. 2
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A.C. a
1 %' TRANSFER I MOTOR
1
CAMSHAm
SWITCH No. 1
TURNTABLE MOTOR
TRANSFER MOTOR STOPS -RECORD PLAYS . . .
. .
MECHANICALLY ELECTRICALLY'
Reset solenoid restorer selector pin, allowing
the stopping switch to resume its rest position. hoe- e; l er ghes:
Transfer motor stops. Reset solenoid
Transfer motor control reloy:
CAMSHAFT
SWITCH No. 1
TURNTABLE MOTOR
RECORD FINISHES PLAYI NG. . .
MECHANICALLY ELECTRICALLY
Tone arm enters cut-off grooves in record:
lever on tone orm assembly actuates cut-off switch.
.L Reversing relay energized.
Mutins relay energized.
TO MUTI NG RELAY
- . .
Playmeter solenoid energized.
D.C. -
PLAYMETER SOLENOID
D.C. +
A.C. 1
CUT-OFF
SWITCH
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SWITCH No. 1
.
REVERSING CAMSHAFT
TRANSFER STOPPING
RELAY SWITCH No. 3 SWITCH No. 2 SWITCH No. 1
TURNTABLE MOTOR
RECORD MOVES TOWARD RECORD MAGAZINE.. .
MECHANICALLY
0
ELECTRICALLY
Reversing relay energizing, actuates reversing
reloy contacts. - Energizes transfer motor control relay,
(transfer motor energized.1
Transfer motor rotates.
Lever disengages camshaft switch No. 6.
Camshaft switch No. 6, (N.C.), closes: -takes over iob of cut-off ;witch.
Camshaft switch No. 6, IN.OJ, opens.
D.C. -
REVERSING CAMSHAFT
RELAY SWITCH ; I
D.C. +
CONTACTS No. 3
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RECORD RETURNED TO RECORD MAGAZINE.. .
MECHANICALLY ELECTRICALLY
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Transfer motor drives tmnrfar assemblv so
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that record is restored lo magazine.
Lever on Consfer assembly ocluoles comshoft
sr~lchcs No. 1 through No. 5 as follors:
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SWITCH No. 6, RELAY
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-TRANSFER MOTOR
CAMSHAFT
SWITCH No. 1
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Cornshaft switch No. 1 opens - De-energizes turntable motor.
Camshaft switch No. 2 closes - Energizes record magazine motor.
Comshah switch No. 3 o p e n s - De-energizes reversing relay.
Camshaft switch No. 4 closes
and playmeter solenoid.
Camshaft switch No. 5 closes
Pin on playmeter advances one position
D.C. -
- TRANSFER STOPPING
SWITCH SWITCH
No. 2 No. I
CAMSHAFT
SWITCH No. 6
IN.C.1
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D.C. +
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1 4 TO MUTING RELAY
RCS -1 2
SCAN CYCLE CONTI NUES. .
MECHANICALLY ELECTRICAUY
Scan switch still closed. L Record magazine motor enerphed.
DX. - D.C. +
SCAN CYCLE STOPS-CHANGER AT REST.. .
MECHANICAUY ELECTUICAUY
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CAMSHAFT STOPPING STOPPING
SWITCH No. 2 SWITCH No. 2 SWITCH No. 1
As record magazine roloter, xon assembly
"winds up" until scan switch i s owned
- h- e ne f ~i ZM record mcgazins motor -
changer now at red.
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D.C. -
CAMSHAFT
RELAY
D.C. +
The adjustments of the record changer wi l l hardly ever
have to be changed. Readjustment should be necessary
only i f pa& have to be replaced or i f the machine has
become "misadjusted" through accident or abuse.
The changer wi l l operate even when its adjustments are
outside of the limits specified here.
Proper adjustment, however, wi l l insure trouble-free o p
eration under a wide range of conditions, i.e., high or
low voltage, hot or cold weather or humid w dry cl i -
mates. Careful adjustments pay dividends in realiability.
Many of the adjustments are interdependent, that is
changing one may change another. They are listed in
the order they should be checked and readiusted i f
necessary.
l.loosen
sembly as required.
moved for servicing by removing
these three screws, and the turn-
table centering will not be dis-
turbed.
9 NX: The turntable mAor can be re-
2. An undershed record (613/1~" dia- -
-
meter1 must come down sqb&ely on
turntable hub. Operate the transfer
assembly by hand and check the
centering for both sides of the record.
OUTER SHOE HEIGHT
TONE ARM HEIGHT
Turning the screw down wi l l mlse the
one arm. Backing the screw out wi l l
er the tone arm.
.020 between high point on cam and
cam follower plate.
3. Back the screw out slowly until the
cam follower plate just barely rubs
on the high point of the cam.
4. Turn the screw down exactly % turn.
(This wi l l raise the tone arm .02O1'I
1. Turn tone arm cam to the position ke sure the cam follower plate
shown. does not touch the cam. Turn the ad-
justing screw down if necessary.
TONE ARM PIVOT
STYLUS HEIGHT
ust Allen screw to raise or lower
edle Do not try l o looran the nut.
Wi. .. .
should be
top surfaca
, I I
STYLUS LANDING POSITION
Unplug turntable motor.
Loosen screw and posilion needle in
the, starting grooves of an undersized
Id this end of the plate against the
while making the adjustment.
Needle should land 3/*/'' from the
edge of a record 6%'' in diameter.
TONE ARM BIAS SPRING
Very l i t t l e (1-1/2 grams) Sl i di ng the spring mount-
outward force at needle i ng pl at e i n t hi s direc-
set - down poi nt and cut- ti on wi l l cause an out-
of f poi nt i s required.
6 l n t hi s di recti on wi l l
cause an i nward force
on tone arm at set -down
force on tone arm at h e
set - down poi nt of needle
(st yl us). cause an inward force
1
on tone arm at the cut-
Bias Spring
of f point.
Stylus
Assembl
Holder
Stylus slips out of holder on monaural
units.
Whole assembl y i s r epl aced on
stereo units.
Stylus must not touch pole pieces
when the tone arm is on the record.
\
I
Rubber coupling must be close to but
not touching the motor.
RCS -2 1
2. Check for free action of the linkoge
by lifting the toggle '/m" from its stop
and releasing it. The toggle should
Note: The tone arm pivot height ad-
justment must be mode Rrst.
1. Playing position
la) Loosen motor mounting screws.
2. Turn the screw in until the switch just
Tighten the mot or mount i ng
clicks, and then turn the screw i n %
screws securely. turn extra.
2. Under I'he conditions shown, turn in
2. Rest position (Motor position )
Camshaft switches 1,2,3,4,6 5
a straight line.
Note: The transfer motorposition adjust-
ment must be made flrst.
1. Bock out the adjusting screws so that
es wi l l not be operated.
lb) Taking the looseness out of the
gears in the direction shown,
check to see that the gripping
shoes are fully retracted and will
clear an oversize record in the
magazine.
If the gripping shoes are not re- 3. Turn in screws 1, 2, 4, 6 5 one com-
tracted enough, move the trans- plete turn extra.
far motor slightly to the rear. If
the motor must be shifted, re-
Turn in screw #3 % turn extra.
check in the playing position.
With the armature held against the
coils, the teeth on the large gear must
just clear the small pulley as the
large gear turns.
moving the coil bracket up
Minimum Scan Cycle - Record mog-
mzine must turn one complete revolu-
tion plus three record slots.
Maximum Scan Cycle - 1 H revolu-
tions of the record magazine.
Position
that the
when it drops into position.
Raise and lower the outer shoe by
turning the tone arm cam slightly,
not by lifting the transfer arm directly.
'Gust touching" to 1/)*" clearance.
Brass roller must not ride up on nylon
I
Y pawl lifter.
RCS -24
5. Repeat steps 2, 3, 6 4 until the
magazine stops as shown.
6. Repeat this procedure for the even
stopping switch using pi n A-2
(marksd on the pin wheell.
See illus. - bottom of preceding page
RCS -25
Position bracket so that gears flt with
minimum backlash (Maximum back-
lash at any point - .031". Positive
interference of t he gears a t some
point i s permissible).
To align the popularity meter Ithis must
be done after the stopping switches are
adiustedl.
2. Raise or lower top cover so that reset
lever iust clears the plastic ring.
Tighten screws.
,
Leave this screw tigh
1. Loosen screw (on
I
The reset lever must not touch the
gear teeth at either end.
1. Loosen screw and lower both
3. Rotate pin pusher to pin: A-1
\
Pivot screws must be tight enough to
prevent side-play in shafi.
RCS -29
-
. 'f-7
2.
LUBRICATION CHART
PULSE GENERATOR MOTOR
and SWITCH ACTUATOR UNIT
b e drop i i a t machine oi l (F-1379) every si x monbs.
Li ght Fi l m Of Silicone Grease (F-1378) Every Six Mffl bs.
@ Li ght Fi l m Of Silicone Grease (F1378)Once A Year.
0 Li ght Fi l m Of Stanobar rZ Glease (F.1360) Every Six Monbs.
DO NOT OVER-OIL
L I I I I CI I I I I CIA11
DO NOT OVER-OIL
RECORD CHANGER
PARTS CATALOG
AUTOMATIC MUSIC, INC.
PLATE PAGE
RECORD TRANSFER MOTOR AND CRANK ASSEMBLY, CAMSHAFT
SWITCH ASSEMBLY, RECORD CHANGER BASE, RECORD MAG-
AZINE SHAFT AND RELATED PARTS.. .......................... 1 4- 5
RECORD CHANGER CONTROL BOX, RELAY BOX, HARNESS,
MAGAZINE DRIVE MOTOR AND RELATED PARTS.. .............. 2 6- 7
TURNTABLE AND MOTOR ASSEMBLY, TONE ARM, PIVOT, CUT-
OFF SWITCH AND RELATED PARTS.. ........................... 3 8- 9
RECORD TRANSFER ASSEMBLY, INCLUDING TOGGLE PIN UNIT
...............
ASSEMBLY, AND TRANSFER SWITCH ASSEMBLY.. 4 10-1 1
................
PLAYMETER WHEEL ASSEMBLY AND RELATED PARTS 5 12-13
STANDARD PARTS .............................................. 14-15
.................
ANNUNCIATOR ASSEMBLY AND RELATED PARTS 6 16-17
...........
SCANNING CONTROL ASSEMBLY AND RELATED PARTS. 7 18-19
.......
RECORD MAGAZINE, STOP SWITCH AND GEAR ASSEMBLIES 8 20-21
..
PIN WHEEL AND PIN PUSHER ASSEMBLIES AND RELATED PARTS.
9 22-23
......
RECORD CHANGER MOUNTING RAILS AND RELATED PARTS.. 10 24-25
0
RECORD TRANSFER ASSEMBLY
0
0
ECORD MAGAZINE STOP SWITCH
TURNTABLE ASSEMBLT \ 8 GEAR ASSEMBLY
~ r n a CWNK ASSEMBLY 0 .
TONE ARM a PIVOT ASSEMBLY
0
SCANNING CONTROL ASSEMBLY
0
CAM SHAFT SWITCH ASSEMBLY
0
TRANSFER SWITCH ASSEMBLY
0 0
PLAYMETER a ANNUNCIATOR
ASSEMBLY @
ANGLE ASSEMBLIES
@
E L T a RELATED PARTS
(RECORD MAGAZINO
R-1107 r3 /
V I
RECORD CHANGER
'BASE 8 P% ASSEMBLY
CONTROL BOX ASSEMBLY
Record Transfer Motor and Crank Assembly, Camshaft Switch
Assembly, Record Changer Base, Record Magazine Shaft
and Related Parts
PART
Na. 9 . DESCRIPTION
F-3425 1 Button Plug
F-5909 3 Locoting Screw
F-8804 1 Coupling Arm Assembly
F-8815 I Sholt (Record Magazine)
F-8823 1 Link (Transfer Motor Crank)
F-8839 2 Link Bushing
F-8887-A I Motor and Cronk Assembly
Includes:
F-8829 1 Crank ond Pin Assembly
L-2304 1 A.C. Geor Motor
5-1130-G 1 Roll Pin
F-8935 1 Bearing Assembly
F-8977 1 Pilot
H-1103 2 Sholt Mounting Clomp
H-3235 1 Base and Pin Assembly
Includes:
F-2046 1 Pivot Shaft
F-3729 1 Support Pin -Selector (Not drown)
R-2403 I Chonger Bore
PART
No.
H-3208
H-3218-A
Includes:
F-0855
F-8856
F-8870
F-8871
F-8884
H-3219
H-322 1 -A
S-1430-A
DESCRIPTION
Gear Motor Bracket
Comrhaft Switch Assembly
Switch
Switch
Insulator
Switch Support
Switch
Switch Frome
Actuotor Alsembly
Retoining Ring
5-1201-5 2 Wosher
5-1203-1 I Washer
S-14%-D 2 Externol Retaining Ring
S-3121-H I Name Plate
Record Changer Control Box, Relay Box, Harness,
Magazine Drive Motor and Related Parts
PARI PART
No. QIY. DESCRIPIION No. I . DESCRlPIlON
F-3403 1 Record Mogozine Pinion
F-8052 Housing (3 Ci rcui t Female)
F-3424 1 Drive Shaft
F-7934 Contact (Not shown - for F-7924 Hwslng)
F-3689 1 Coupling L-2311 Record Changer Harness Assembly
F-3855 2 Clamp S-913-A
F-5909 2 Locating Screw (Wiper Assembly) 5-913-0 15 Contact (. 187 Straight)
1 / Contoct (-250 Flag)
F-8880 1 Terminal Panel 5-21 36-T Insulating Tubing (Not shown)
H-1840-A Record Chonger Control Box Assembly
Includes: R-1107-A I Gear Motor (Record Magazine)
F-3534 Socket (10 Contact)
F-5126 Plug (6 Contact)
Includes:
F-796 1 Screw (Field Cover)
1
i 3 P.D.T. Toggle Switch F-7322
F-7323 Control Box and Bracket Assembly
H-2022 Relay Assembly
H-3217-A 1 Relay Box and Plug Assembly
Includes:
F-850 2 Receptacle
F-7925 1 Housing (3 Ci rcui t Male)
F-7934 2 Contact
F-8888 1 Label
H-3209 1 Relay Box
H-3303-8 1 Relay
S -500-R 1 Cord and Plug
5-2321-A 1 Strain Relief
L-2302-A 1 Record Changer Harness ond Plug Assembly
Includes:
F-3591 1 Plug (10 Contact Male)
F-878 1 Thrust Washer
F-879 2 Wick ( Oi l Retaining)
F-1690 1 Thrust Screw
F-3420 1 Brush Holder and Receptacle Assembly
Includes:
F-1660 2 Compression Spring (Motor Bwshes)
F-1661 2 Brush
F-1760 1 Soldering Lug
F-3618 1 Receptacle Bracket
F-3690 1 Receptacle (End Section -Mal e)
F-369 1 1 Receptacle (End Section - Female)
F-3692 2 Receptacle Contoct
F-3693 1 Brush Holder Assembly
S-2130-Y 2 Insulating Tubing
H-332 1 Field Cover
S-1430-G 1 Retaining Ring
F-3692 1 Contnct 5-931-8 4 Cable Clamp
1 Wiper Blades and Bracket Assembly 5- 9312 1 Cable Clamp
F-3799 1 End Section(h4ale) 5-931-F 1 Cable Clamp
End Section (Femole) S-1130-C I Roll Pin
Turntable and Motor Assembly, Tone Arm, Pivot,
Cut-Off Switch, and Related Parts
PART
No. Y . DESCRIPTION
PART
No. QTY. DESCRIPTION
PART
No. QTY. DESCRIPTION
F-962 1 Cable Clip
F-2159 1 Cable Cl i p
F-2181 I Anchor Nut
F-3423 1 Pivot Rest and Actuating
Includes:
I =-On7
Spring - Tension
Bcacket - Cover
Link 8 Bushing Assembly
Link 8 Pin Assembly'
ldler Wheel 8 Bwring Arrembly
Retoiner
Stop Solenoid
Thrurt Bearing
Drive Spring
Plunger Arrembly
Lever and Pivot Assembly
Switch Lever Assembly
Switch
Switsh
Spring Pl uyer
Solenoid Assembly
Bracket and Bushing Arrembly
Turntable Arrembly
Sensing Pin
Retaining Ring
Spring
Mounting Plote
Motor
Bore and Bwring Assembly
Solderlerr Connector
Worher
Link and Pin Assembly
Retaining Ring
Retaining Ring
Switch
Plunger Assembly
Link and Bushing Assembly
Link and Pin Assembly
Idler Wheel 8 Bearing Assembly
Retoiner
Lever Assembly
F-3589 1 Switch Bracket
F-3736 1 Cut-Off Switch
F-7365 1 Cable Clip
F-7544 1 Speed Clip
F-8838 1 Trnm Speed Nut
F-8864 1 Cartridge (Stereo)
F-8936 1 Spring Mounting Plate
F-8937 1 Spring Mounting Bracket
F-8938 1 Counter Weight -Tone Arm
F-8941 1 Pivot Screw
F-8942 1 Torsion Spring
F-8943 1 Cam Plote and Pin Assembly
F-8946-8 1 Tone Arm Cable Asrembly
Insluder:
F-8945 1 Bracket and Tube Socket Assembly '
S-2131-Y 1 Insulating Tubing, 38" Shielded Wire
F-8948-A 1 Tone Arm Cable and Plug Assembly
Includes:
Pick-up Cable Plug
106" Shielded Wire
F-3861 Plug Hood
,S-2136-R 2 Insulating Tubing
F-8956-A 1 Spring
F-8958 1 Spring
H-3236-A 1 Tone Arm ond Pivot Arrembly
L-2604-A 1 Turntable Assembly
Stop - Solenoid
Thrurt Bearing
Drive Spring
Plunger Auembly
Lever 8 Pivot Assembly
Switch
Spring - Compression
Solenoid Assembly
Tip - Switch Lever
Spring
Lever Arm Arrembly
Plate -Mounting
Turntable Motor
Bmcket 8 Burhing Asrenibly
Bclre & Bearing Assembly
Bracket
Plunger Assembly
Spacer
Externol Retaining Ring
Externol Retaining Ring
Automix Turntable A~rembiy
1 I
Includes:
F-10372
S-1430-A
I
Includes:
F-3694
F-8003-A
Cover Bracket
Plunger Arrembly
S-931-A 1 Coble Clamp
5-1430-E 2 External Retaining Ring
Record Transfer Assembly, including Toggle Pin Unit Assembly
and Transfer Switch Assembly
PAR1 PART
No. 'I. DESCRIPTION
F-6100 1 Link Pin (Transfer Switch Arm)
F-8819-A 1 Transfer Switch Assembly
Includes:
F-3674 1 Spring
F-6099 1 Link
F-8835 1 Bracket and Pivot Assembly
F-8836 1 Actuator and Pivot Assembly
F-8837 2 Switch
F-8838 2 Speed Nut (twin)
F-8842 2 Switch Lever
S-1430-A 1 External Retaining Ring
5- 14305 1 External Retaining Ring
F-8926 1 "Odd" Lobel
F-8927 1 "Even" Label
L-2306-A 1 Record Transfer Assembly
Includes:
F-813 1 Wave Washer
F-2007 , 1 Trunnion Bearing and Pin Assembly
F-2102 1 Inner Shoe Spring
F-2918 1 Inner Shoe and Transfer Cam Assembly
F-3410 1 Solenoid Bmcket (L.H.)
F-3411 1 Solenoid Bracket (R.H.)
F-5909 4 Locating Screw
F a 9 8 1 Coupling and Rod Assembly
F-8825 1 Driven Pinion (Comshaft)
y F-2136 1 Driven Pinion
No. Y . DESCRIPTION
F-8826 1 Bowed Washer
F-8831 1 Segment and Shaft Assembly
F-8867 1 Toggle Pin Uni t Assembly
F-8868-A 1 Solenoid Assembly (L.H.)
F-8868-8 1 Solenoid Assembly (R.H.)
H-2000 1 Record Release Cam
H -2004 1 Record Release Cam Gear
H-2005 1 Trunnion Drive Gear
H-3215-A 1 Transfer Housing, Pin and Bushing Assembly
H-3215-0 1 Transfer Housing, Pin and Bushing Assembly
H-3215-C 1 Transfer Housing, Pin and Bushing Assembly
H-3216-A Camshaft and Gear Assembly
Includes:
F-856 Tone Ann Spring
F-8875 Nyl on Sleeve
PH-31 Camshaft and Gear Assembly
S-1203-P Washer
L-1070 1 Transfer Arm Assembly
5-931-A 1 Cable Clamp
5-1130-A 1 Roll Pin
5-1 132-A 1 Roll Pin
5-1203-S 1 Washer (Plain)
5-1200-U 1 Washer (Ploin)
S-12034 2 Washer (Plain)
S-1430-J 1 External Retaining Ring
e
5-1130-8 2 Roll Pin
Playmeter Wheel Assembly and Related Parts (L-2307) (L-2318)
PAR1 PART
No. an. DESCRlPnON
No. T Y . DESCRIPTION
F-3405 1 Playmeter Pinion 1-2318-A 1 Ploymeter Assembly
F-3424 1 Drive Shaft (Also listed on pl ate No. 2) Includes:
F-3634 Pinion Bracket and Bearing Assembly F-3634 Pinion Bracket and Bearing Assembly
Adjusting Plate
p""ey Playmeter Wheel Assembly F12$ 1 Salenoid Assembly
Includes: F-3719 Compression Spring
F-3630 Pin Ring Spacer F-3767 Pin Pusher Assembly (Playmeter)
F-3632 100 Counter Pin H-1140 Mounting Bracket
F-3633 Stop Ring H-1149 Frame and Bearing Assembly
H-11M) 1 Playmeter Gear H-1170 Ploymeter Wheel Assembly
H-I144 Wheel and Shaft Assembly S-1430-0 1 External Retaining Ring
L-1063 I Number Ring
L-1071 2 Annunciotor Pin Ring
S-1130-C 1 Roll Pi.n
w
v
- n
I
d
P
2
Standards Parts . . .
Fol l owi ng are t he st andard parts (parts not carryi ng AM1 part numbersl used i n Changer.
Phillips Round Head Mochine Screw
Phillips Round Head Machine Screw
Phillips Round Head Machine Screw
Phillips Round Head Machine Screw
Round Head Machine Screw
Phillips FiIIisterHeod Machine Screw
Sems Phillips Round Heod Machine Screw
Sems Phillips Round Head Machine Screw
Sems Phillips Round Head Mochine Screw
Sems Phillips Round Head Machine Screw
Sems Phillips Round Head Mochine Screw
Sems Phillips Round Heod Machine Screw
Sems Phillips Round Head Machine Screw
Sems Phillips Round Head Machine Screw
Phillips Binder Head Mochine Screw
Phillips Binder Heod Machine Screw
Phillips Binder Head Machine Screw
Phillips Binder Head Machine Screw
Phillips Binder Head Machine Screw
Phillips Binder Head Mochine Screw
Phillips Binder Head Machine Screw
Sems Slotted Hexagon Heod Machine Screw
(External Lockwosher)
Sems Slatted Hexagon Head Mochine Screw
(External Lockwasher)
1 4-40 x 1/4 " Sems Slotted Hexogon Wosher Heod Machine Screw
(Externol Lockwasher)
1/4-20 x 5/8" Sems Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Machine Screw
(Externol Lockwasher)
1 6-32 x 1/4 " Sems Slotted Hexogon Washer Head Machine Screw
(External Lockwasher)
1 6-32 x 3/8 " Sems Slotted Hexagon Washer Head MochineScrew
(External Lockwasher)
6-32 x 7/8 " Sems Slotted Hexogon Washer Heod Machine Screw
(External Lackwasher)
1 6-32 XI-1/8" Sems Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Machine Screw
(External Lockwasher)
# 8-32 x 3/16" Sems Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Machine Screw
(External Lockwasher)
1 8-32 x 1/4 " Sems Slotted Hexagon Washer Heod Machine Screw
(External Lockwosher)
1 8-32 x 3/8 " Sems Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Machine Screw
(External Lockwasher)
# 8-32 x 1/2 " Sems Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Machine Screw
(External Lockwosher)
1 8-32 x 3/4 " Sems Slotted Hexagon Wosher Heod Machine Screw
(Externol Lockwasher)
8-32 x 1 " Sems Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Machine Screw
(Externol Lockwosher)
# 8-32 XI-1/4" Sems Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Machine Screw
(External Lockwasher)
# 8-32 x 2-1/2" Sems Slotted Hexogon Wosher Head Machine Screw
(External Lockwasher)
#lo-32 x 3/8 " Sems Slotted Hexogon Worher Heod Mochine Screw
(External Lockwosher)
110-32 x 7/16' Sems Slotted Hexogon Washer Head Machine Screw
(Externol Lockwosher)
110-24 x 3/8 " Sems Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Machine Screw
(External Lockwasher)
110-24 x 7/16" Sems Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Mochine Screw
(Externol ~ockwosher)
110-24 x 1/2 " Sems Slotted Hexagon Wosher Head Machine Screw
(External Lockwosher)
#lo-24 x 3/4 " Sems Slotted Hexogon Washer Head Machine Screw
[Externol Lockwasher)
#lo-24 x 1 " Sems Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Machine Screw
(External Lockwosher)
4-40 x 5/16" Phi l l i ps Round Head, SelF Topping Screw, Type 23
1 8-32 x 3/8 " Hexagon Head, Self Tapping Screw, Type 23
1 8-32 x 1/2 " Hexagon Head, Self Topping Screw, Type 23
1 2 x 1/8 " Parker-Kalon Drive Screw, Tupe "U"
5/16-18 x l ' Socket Head Cop Screw
5/16-18x1-1/2" High Carbon Heat Treated Hexagon Head Cap Screw
8-32 x 1" Socket Head Cap Screw
110-24 x 7/8 " Socket Head Cap Screw
1/4-28 x1-1/2" High Carbon Heat Treated Hexagon Head Cap Screw
1/4-20 x 5/16" Socket Head Set Screw, Cup Point
1 6-32 x 1/2 " Allen Headless Set Screw, Cup Point
6-32 x 5/8 " Allen Headless Set Screw, Flat Point
1 6-32 x 3/4 " Al l en Headless Set Screw, Cup Point
110-24 x 7/8 " Al l en Headless Set Screw, Ovol Point
5/16" Split Lockwasher
3/8 " Split Lockwasher
t10 Split Lockwasher
3 Machine Screw Washer
X 4 Machine Screw Washer
1 8 Mochine Screw Washer
110 Machine Screw Washer
t 3 Internal Lockwosher
1 6 Internal Lockwasher
1 2-56 Hexagon Machine Screw Nut
1 6-32 Hexagon Machine Screw Nut
110-32 Hexagon Machine Screw Nut
5/16-18 Hexagon Machine Screw Nut
3/8-24 Hexagon Machine Screw Nut
8-32 Square Machine Screw Nut
110-24 Square Machine Screw Nut
1/4-20 Square Machine Screw Nut
Black Wire, Specification No. F-317
White Wire, Specification No. F-317
Slate Wire, Specificotion No. F-317
Green Wire, Specification NO. F-317
Yellow Wire, Specification Nor. F-317 ond F-397
Brown Wire, Specification No. F-317
Orange Wire, Specificotion No. F-317
Red Wire, Specificotian No. F-317
Slateflhite Wire, Specification NJ. F-317
GreenNhi t e Wire, Specification No. F-317
Bl ueNhi t e Wire, Specificotion No. F-317
OrongeMhi te Wire, Specification No. F-317
BrownNhi te Wire, Specification No. F-317
Bore Wire, Specification No. F-312
Solder, Specification No. F-1318 ,
Cord, Specification No. F-3372
Oil, Specificotion No. F-1379
Lubricant, Specification No. F-1378
Lubricont, Specification No. F-13M)
Annunciator Assembly, (L-2307 Cont'd.),
and Related Parts
Rivet
Actuator Assembly
Actuator Bracket and Shaft
CART CART
No. QlY. DESCRIPTION No. Q . DESCRIPTION
F-3636 1 Adjusting Plate H-I140 1 Mounting Bracket
F-3637 1 Solenoid Assembly H-1142 1 Annunciator Plate Assembly
Compression Spring
Washer
F-3642 1 Annunciator Slide Bracket (L.H.)
F-3643 1 Annunciator Slide Bracket (R.H.)
F-3719 1 Compreaipn Spring
F-3733 1 Spring Washer
F-3767 1 Pin Pusher Assembly (Playmeter)
I Includes:
Washer
External Retaining Ring
Includel:
F-3578 1 Reset Lever
F-3580 3 Reset Pivot
F-3774 1 Reset Button
H-I134 1 Annunciator Cover
H-I135 1 Annunciator Plate
Tension Spring
Tension Spring
Annunciator Arrow
Assembly
H-I149 1 Frame and Bearing Assembly
H-3237 1 Annunciator Plate Assembly (L-2318-A, B & C)
I
Includes:
F-3578 1 Reset Lever
F-3774 1 Reset Button
IH-I134 1 Annunciator Cover
S-921-H 1 Solderless Connector
S-1200-L 1 Washer
S-1201-K 1 Washer
5-1430-8 1 External Retaining Ring
Scanning Control Assembly and Related Parts
PART
No. . DESCRIPTION
PART
No. Y . DESCRIPTION
F-8851 1 Drive Belt Frome Assembly
H-3214-A 1 Scanning Control Assembly Reset Bracket Assembly
Includes: F-8886 Scanning Control Weight
F-3714 1 Tension Spring F-8957 Switch
F-8053 1 Housing (3 Circuit-Mole) F-8919 Tension Spring
F-7934 1 Contact H-3210 Switch Lever
F-8846 1 Gear Shaft H-3211 Scanning Control Pinion
F-8847 1 Reset Bracket Pivot H-3212 1 Scanning Control Gear
F-8848 1 Pinion Shaft 5-91 3-8
Slip-On Terminal Lug
F-8849 1 Switch Lever Pivot 5-1213-G 1 Spacer
F-8855 1 Switch S-1430-C 8 Retaining Ring
F-8858 1 Reset Magnet Assembly
. ---- .
I S-II~O-K I
Roll Fj"- .-.'
F-6228 1 Lever Assembly
F-6229 1 Lever Assembly
Record Magazine, Stop switch and Gear Assemblies
R-1449-200 Sel. ~hono's./R-1450-120 Sel. Phonoys/R-1453-100 Sel. Phono's.
PAR7 PART
Ne. QTY. DI CRI Pl I ON No. 0 . DESCRlPllON
F-I30 4 Cable Clamp Bracket and Pin Assembly
F-3613 1 Slip Ring Assembly Solenoid Assembly
F-3728 3 Nut F-7424 Tension Spring
F-6235 1 Terminal Strip H-1113 Mounting Plote and Pin Assembl y
L-2175 1 Record Magazine Gear Switch Pawl
L-1\90 1 Stopping Switch Assembly 5-1210-5 4 Spacer
Includes: S-1430-A 2 External Retaining Ring
F-3455 2 Lever and Nut Assembly S-1430-D 2 External Retaining Ring
F-3695 2 Compression Spring S-1430-E 2 External Retaining Ring
F-3696 2 Compression Spring 5-1430-G 4 Externol Retaining Ring
F-3697 4 Tension Spring
R-1108 1 Recwd Magazine Assembly
F-3795 2 Mounting Bracket
S-1200-C 3 Wosher
S-1211-L 3 Spacer
5-2133-E 1 Insulating Tubing
F-3822 2 Adjusting Screw (Alternate: F-3456)
F-3829 2 Switch
F-6210 2 Powl Wheel
F-6211 2 Wheel Shaft
F-6227 2 Plunger and Link Assembly
Includes:
F-6225 1 Solenoid Plunger
F-6226 1 Plunoer Link
+F-7334 2 Pawl Lifter .
Includes:
F-5910 20 Locating Screw
L-1088 1 Separator Assembly (K20 t o 8-1 9)
L-1089 1 Separator Assembly (820 to DIP)
L-1090-1 1 Separator Assembly (D20 t o F19)
L-1091 1 Separator Arsembly (F20 t o HIP)
L-1092 1 Separatw Assembly (HZ0 t o KI 9)
R-1116 1 Separator Support and Hub Assembly
Pin Wheel and Pin Pusher Assemblies and Related Parts
PARl
No. Q . DLICRlPTlON
F-3414
F-8877-A
H-3204-A
Includes:
F-8941
F-3477
F-3479
F-3482
F-3487
F-6022
F-8813
1 Lock Plate
1 Selector Solenoid Assembly
1 Pin Pusher Assembly (Select)
2 Pivot Screw
1 Holder and Pivot Assembly
1 Lever Assembly
1 Lever Assembly
2 Select Lever Spring
1 Plunger Assembly
1 Selector Tube
PARl
No. Q . DESCRIPTION
L-1062-A 1 Pin Wheel Assembly
Includes:
F-3400 100 Friction Spring
F-3402 200 Selector Pin
F-3446 1 Stop Bracket
R-1123 1 Pi n Wheel
S-1201-S 1 Washer
Record Changer Mounting Rails and Related Parts
PART
No.
F-3436
F-3441
F-3729
DESCRIPTION
Belt
Roller Pin
Support Pin (Port of H-3205 Assembly - Plote
No. I , this cotolog).
Roller Brocket
Belt Roller
Record Changer Mounting Spring
Locating Screw
Brocket ond Support Assembly (L.H.)
Brocket and Support Assembly (R.H.)
Nut Retainer -Speed Gri p (Shipping Part)
Spring Support (Upper)
Record Support Roil
Angle Assembly (L.H.)
Angle Assembly (R.H.)
Externol Retoining Ring
R-1473
CREDIT UNIT
and
PRICING
SYSrEM
Service
Manual
MODEL
v-
AND
Page
COMPONENTS . . . WHAT THEY DO .......................... 4
REMOVING THE
CREDIT UNIT FROM THE PHONOGRAPH ........ 5
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION ..................................... 5
GENERAL ................................................. 5
ESTABLISHING CREDITS ...................................... 5
REMOVALOFCREDITS ...................................... 5 & 6
CREDIT CIRCUIT BOARD ...................................... 6
PRICE OF PLAY COMBINATIONS ............................... 6
CREDIT SYSTEMS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS ................... .7. 8 & 9
ELECTRIC ................................................ 7
AUTOMATIC .............................................. 8
MANUAL ................................................. 9
SIMPLIFIED SCHEMATIC ......................................... 10
ESTABLISHING CREDIT ....................................... 10
CANCELLING CREDIT ........................................ 10
MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS ............................ .11. 12 & 13
DETENTBRACKET ........................................... 11
PAWL SPRINGS ............................................ 11
PLUNGER SWITCH .......................................... 12
CREDIT AND CANCEL SOLENOID PLUNGERS ...................... 12
WIPERASSEMBLY ........................................... 13
LUBRICATION ............................................. 13
............ INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROVIDING PRICES OF PLAY 14 & 15
PRICE COMBINATIONS USED MOST ............................. 14
INSTRUCTION CHART ............................... 15 and fold-out
................... CREDIT CIRCUIT BOARD INSTRUCTION CHART 16
STOP SCREW (Credit) (8 positions possible -
FRONT CREDIT WHEEL
cancels one credit for each tooth space.
2 to 9 credits)
Clockwise rotation away f r m home (no- STOP SCREW (Cancel -
Limits credit stop arm travel at any of eight
credit) position establishes one credit far each
- 3 positions possible -
tooth space. One credit may he worth one or
two coins (5c or 10c) depending upon price-
1, 2 or 3 credits).
of-play desired. one "IS., -,.. s-... I 7 9 -- DFTFNT RAI I Limits cancel stoo
PAWL (Credit) 3 credit.;.
FRONT CREDIT
DETENT SPRING
WHEEL STOP
DETENT BRACKET\ A
C\l..s. A) ") ". --. -. . . I. .--
arm rotation.
STOP COlL
(Cancel)
CANCEL STOP ARM
stops when arm is
/ ' stopped by cancel stop
REAR CREDIT WHEEL STOP
Stops limit rotation of
credit wheels by strik-
ing respective pins c - - - - J
mounted in unit frame.
ROLLER BRACKET
G
pawl spring
PAWL SPRING and roller.
, ;r \ , carries
Limits rotation of rear
credit wheel. Wheel
screw or by cancel stop
mil plunger.
r , STOP ARM BOSS
1 I ' be-3 ROLLER BRACKET (Credit) (Cancel)
credlt pawl, pawl spring and roller.
PAWL (Cancel)
PAWL SPRING
/ I Springs hold pawls against
STOP COILS (Establish credit)
teeth of their respective
Positions optional to limit number of credits
established. Limits credit stop arm rotation.
Limits rotation of front credit wheel. Wheel
OP COIL (Cancel)
stops when arm is stopped by credit stop
Two positions available.
screw or by 'credit stop mil plunger.
CREDIT SOLENOID CANCEL SOLENOID
When energized by win switch, muses its
When energized as selection is made, causes
plunger to move upward, moving credit wheel
its plunger to move upward, moving rear
clockwise - adds credit
credit wheel counter-clockwise, cancelling
credit. (Actually, the front and rear credit
FRONT CREDIT WHEEL
wheels are coupled together on the same shaft
and rotate together.)
and RELATED PART
REAR CREDIT WHEEL
WIPER ASSEMBLY
PLUNGER SWITCH and RELATED PARTS
-
REMOVING THE CREDIT UNIT FROM THE PHONOGRAPH
1. Pull off map-cover. Do not twist. 5. Lift unit until pins at top corners of the back plate dear
2. Slide edge connector downward until it slips off the lower
the dots in the mounting bracket.
edge of the circuit board. 6. The clamp screws will now pass through the keyholes and
3. Slide rubber grommet out of back-plate slot the Credit Unit can be removed from the mounting bracket.
4. Loosen two clamping screws at the mid point on each side
of the back plate.
PRINCIPLE OF
t ,
GENERAL
The credit unit is
slug rejector or a half dollar, 4-coin rejector. %&t he 3-coin
rejector, the credit unit operates on nickels, dimes and quarters.
with the 4-coin rejector, it can operate on nickels, dimes and
quarters; dimes, quarters and half dollars; or, with proper
setting of the slug rejectors nickel diverter, will operate on
nickels, dimes, quarters and half dollars.
It is accumulative with provisions for dual price of play, and
will store up to $3 worth of credit. Credits are stored thru the
action of a credit solenoid, plunger, and a pawl and ratchet
wheel.
Credits are removed by means of a second (cancel) solenoid,
plunger and a pawl and ratchet wheel. Both wheels are keyed
to the same shaft. Rotating the ratchet wheels in one direction
establishes credit. Ratating the ratchet wheels in the opposite
direction removes credit. A ball-type detent holds the wheels
in any rotational position.
.. ESTABLISHING CREDITS
Credit Solenoid
Each coin switch is connected to a separate circuit in the
credit unit thm the credit circuit board. When the 3-coin
slug rejector is used, the 25c coin switch connects directly to
the credit solenoid. When this credit solenoid is energized, it
will cause the credit wheel (ratchet wheel) to rotate.
Credit Stop Screw
The position to which the ratchet wheel will rotate is deter-
mined by the position of the credit stop screw. The credit stop
screw may be in any one of 8 holes (marked 2 thru 9). These
hole numbers correspond to the number of teeth that the
credit stop screw will allow the wheel to advance.
Stop Solenoid (Adjustable)
The 10c coin switch is aLo connected to the credit solenoid
but thru another solenoid (stop plenaid) whose position is
movable. When the 1Oc coin switch completes the circuit thru
both these solenoids, the tip of the stop solenoid plunger
moves into the path of the stnp arm. Therefore, as the main
credit solenoid causes the credit wheel to move, it will be
stopped at a position less advanced than the position it would
have if stopped by the credit stop screw. This position (i.e. the
number of teeth put on) depends upon the location of the
stop solenoid. There are three locations (marked 2, 3, & 4)
for the adjustable stop solenoid. The marking will be found
at the screw holes on the left side of the frame. These mark-
ings correspond to the number of teeth which the stop sole-
noid will allow the ratchet wheel to advance.
- ~.
I
Fixed Stop Solenoid (One Step)
The 5c coiniwitch is connected to the~credit solenoid thru the
fired storr solenoid. Operation. when the unit is energized thru
the 5c switch, is the same as when it is energized thru the IOc
coin switch ezcept that since the position of the solenoid is
OPERATION
not movable, the rotation of the ratchet wheel is always limited
to one tooth.
When a 4-coin, half dollar rejector is used, the coin switches
may be connected in the following combinations:
5c - Fixed stop solenoid
10c - adjustable stop solenoid
25c - credit solenoid (direct)
50c - auxiliary 50c circuit
fixed stop solenoid
25c - adjustable stop solenoid
50c - credit solenoid (direct)
REMOVAL OF CREDITS (Teeth)
Cancel Solenoid
As each selection is made, the appropriate amount of credit
must be removed. This is accomplished by rotating the ratchet
wheel a certain number of teeth in the direction opposite to
putting on credit. This opposite rotation is caused by the
cancel solenoid whose pawl engages the other ratchet wheel.
Cancel Stop Solenoid
The cancel solenoid is energized through the cancel stop
solenoid. The cancel stop solenoid plunger moves into the
path of the cancel stop arm. Thus, the number of teeth taken
off is determined by the position of the cancel stop solenoid.
The cancel stop solenoid position is movable to either of two
positions marked (1 & 2) on the side of the frame. These car-
respond to 1 or 2 teeth taken off.
Cancel Stop Screw
If the cancel stop solenoid is intentionally shorted out, it will
not provide limiting action on the number of teem taken off
and, in this case, a cancel stop screw provides the limiting
action. The amount of limiting action (number of teeth)
depends upon which of three positions the cancel stop screw
occupies. These posi t i a~ are marked 1, 2, & 3 corresponding
to 1, 2, or 3 teeth.
Combined Action of the Cancel Stop Solenoid
and Cancel Stop Screw
When a phonograph is programmed for both Standard and
Stereo or Ertended Play Selections, it becomes necessary to
remove credit at diRerent rates dependent upon which type
of selection is made. This is true unless both Standard and
Stereo play selections are offered at the same price-of-play.
To dserentiate between Standard and Extended play selec-
tions, a switch (EP. Switch) is located at the lefter push-
button bank (or behind the letter wheel in m u a l machines).
Thru levers or cams, this EP. switch can be caused to dose
when a selection is made in letter group A or B, and to not
close when a selection is made in the other letter groups. Up
to 3 groups of two letters each can be made to actuate this
EP. switch.
5
This EP. switch is in turn connected so as to short out the
cancel stop solenoid leaving only the cancel s t o ~ snew to limit
the number of teeth takenoff. lf, on the othe; hand, a selec-
tion is made which does not overate the EP. switch (Standard
selection), the cancel stop solenoid operates and &i t s the
number of teeth taken off to the number indicated by the
position the cancel stop solenoid occupies. In tbis way, it is
possible to remove credits at two different rates.
7
CREDIT CIRCUIT BOARD
Inter-connections between the credit unit, coin switches and
credit lights are necessary. Variations in these connections are
provided by the Credit Circuit Board. The location of the
nidrel-plated screws determines the value-per-tooth of credit
established and the price-of-play of all sele&ions. Their loca-
tion also determines the ratio of pricing between standard-
rate selections and Stereo or EP. selections. With standard
selections priced at 10c. EP.'s can be priced at 15c; or with
Standards priced at 5c, EP!s can be priced at 10c. (Standard
selections priced at 10c with EP!s at 20c requires the same
screw location as Standarh at 5c, EP!s at 10c.) Fmm this it
can be seen that EP!s can be 1% or 2 times the price of
standard selections.
PRICE OF PLAY COMBI NATI ONS
In the operation of the credit system, it is the number of teeth
taken off per selection that determines the price of play.
Furthermore, the ratio of price-of-play between Standard
and Premium selections is-established~by taking off more
teeth per EP. selection made than wr Standard selection
. .
made.-The "take-off' ratio determines how many teeth must
be available for taking off. For example, in the price-of-play
combination -
STANDARDS
1 Play -Dime or 2 nickels
3 Plays - Quarter
EXTENDED PLAY
1 Play - 15c
2 Plays - Quarter
-it is necessary to remove 1% times as much credit for each
E.P. selection made as for each standard selection. The nearest
whole numbers with this ratio are 3 and 2; therefore, it will
be necessary to take off 2 credits for each k d a r d selection
made and 3 credits for each EP. selection made. It follows
that 15c will have to put on 3 credits in order for there to be
3 teeth to take off; therefore, each nickel will have to put on
1 tooth and each dime 2 teeth. Similary, each quarter must
put on 6 teeth.
Other combinations can be set up using the same theory.
NOTE:
For any phonograph which is to be set for single-price-play
follow step No. 1. If the machine has been equipped for dual-
price-play, follow steps No. 1 and No. 2.
1. Put the Cancel Stop Screw in the Credit Unit in the hole
number which corresponds to the number of teeth to be
removed when a selection is made. Put the Cancel Stop
Coil in slot No. 2. The number of teeth taken off will then
be controlled by the Cancel Stop Screw exclusively.
2. By-pass the normally-closed contacts of the EP. switch by
installing an extra screw in the Credit Circuit Board.
Always put this screw between the two screws in the "Dual
Price Play" section so there wiU be three screws in a row.
One of the two liickel-plated upper mounting screws can be
used for this purpose.
CREDIT SYSTEM - ELECTRICAL
I SCI EI S S U O I I bRE FOI :
\
smmr sr-mlcr ? i n
srr, SCREW HOES A
TOP 101-PRIDF PER
mr SCEI nws
CREDIT SYSTEM -AUTOMATIC
Sot Bonus Unit.incIuded here.normnlly supplied ( SCIElS 511011 ARE FOR: IOTTOM ROW-PRICE PEI
0s ~ption~lsquipmcnt.Set chongeotsrrditlnp ! ~PLII. . . . . I OC STEPSCMtl ROES
TOPROW-PRICE PER
STEP SCREl HOES
(CREDITCIRCUIT BOARD1
SWilCH CIRCUIT
SOLEBID CANCEL STOP
CREDIT SYSTEM -MANUAL
SIMPLIFIED SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
------------- ---
CEDI 1 CIRCUIT WAD
t
CANCELLING
CREDIT
33 grams - plunger weight
wi l l allow, plunger free travel is re-
stricted and the switch adjustment Should see obvious follow i n con-
becomes critical. tacts when plunger falls to rest.
free vertical travel movement is UNMOUNTED POSITION OF SWITCH
necessary for proper adjustment.
lor with credit solenoid plunger up.)
See CREDIT and CANCEL SOLENOID
PLUNGERS.
J=ee=
This 0011 should be ,010-.020 when
- .
pawl ti p just seats i n credit wheel
teeth.
I PLUNGER DOWN7
Hold the credit unit i n a straight,
upside-down position. At the same
of the plungers and the aluminum
brackets with a feeler gauge. Bend
the brackets as necessary.
Note: Makm sure thi s adjustment
is corrected bef ore adjust-
ing plunger switch.
The wiper assembly must be posi-
-
tioned i n two ways:
1. Wiper tips deflected against com-
mutator plate. (Swi tch Ci rcui t
Board).
2. Wiper tip positioning on com-
mutator segments.
IAI Remove wiper assembl y from
shaft. Si ght al ong profile of
blades to make sure al l blade-
tips lie i n the same plane, i.e.,
even with each other..Bend those
which are not.
18) Slide assembly onto shaft, with
clamping screw just tight enough
to hold i t i n position. Push i t
down until !he wipers just touch
the commutator surface. Con-
tinue to slide assembly toward
commutator surface approx. x6
more. Do not tighten screw yet
IC) Holding credit unit i n its normal
operating position, rotate credit
wheel up one notch from home
position. Now turn the wiper as-
sem'bly on its shaft-counter-
clock wise works best - to cen-
ter the outside blade on the first
segment of the outer commuta-
tor ring.
ID) Tighten t he wiper cl ampi ng
screw to hold the wiper assem-
bl y i n this position. -
Now check the wipers for track-
ing on their respective commu-
tator rings.
Screws may be loosened to shift
position of wiper assembly.
One drop light machine oil IF-1379)
6 every six months
N O OIL OR GREASE OW
ANY SOLENOID PLUNGERS
DO NOT OVER-OIL
PRICE OF PLAY COMBINATIONS
dime
.. two nickels .1
quarter ..... .3
............
I PRICE OF PLAYS
dime
or
two nickels ... 1
quarter ...... 3
half dollar. ... 7
............
I PRICE OF PLAYS I I
PRlCE OF PLAYS
5q ........ .1
1oq ....... 2
quarter. . , . . 6
............
5q. . ....... 1
....... 1oq . 2
quarter ...... 6
.. holf dollar. 13
/ PRICE OF PLAYS
5q. ....... . 1
l og ....... . 2
quarter. .... . 5
............
L
PRlCE OF PLAYS
dime
two nickels .. .1
quarter. .... .4
half dollar. .. . 8
PRICE OF PLAYS
5$ ......... t
....... l o$ . 2
quarter. .... . 5
half dollar. .. 11
............
PRlCE OF PLAYS
dime
or
two nickels ... 1
quarter. .... . 4
half dollar. ... 9
dime
or
... two nickels 1
quarter. .... . 3
/ EXTENDED PLAYS 1
.......
I
15q . 1
quarter ...... 2
I
5#. ....... . 1
TO$. ...... . 2
quarter. .... .6
EXTENDED PLAYS
101 ....... .1
quarter ..... .3
dime
two nickels ...
quarter. ....
half dollar. ... 6
............
PRlCE OF PLAYS
dime
two nickels ...
quarter .....
............
I STANDARD PLAYS (
I dime I
or
.. two nickels . 1
quarter. .... . 3
half dollar. .. . 7 1
I EXTENDED PLAYS I
15t ....... .1
quarter. .... .2
I halfdoIlar....5
I
1oq ....... . 2
quarter ..... .6
half dollar. .. 13
EXTENDED PLAYS
l o$ ....... .l
quarter.. ... .3
.. holf dollar. . 7
PRICE OF PLAYS
dime
two nickels ...
quarter. .....
dime
or
... two nickels 1
..... / quorter . 5
I
half dollar. .. 11
............
I
a l t e r n a t e method of setting-up
price combination
If dual price conbindion is
used, see page 6 of R-1473
Cndi t Unit and Pricing System
Sawica manual regardingwre
of E.P. switch.
Fig. 1. flower, right hand corner of slug reiedorl
When nickel divertor (flipper1 is blockad, eveq
nirkel wi l l operate the coin switch. When the
diverter i s free, only avsq OTHER nickel wi l l
opemta the coin switch.
To Block nirkel diverts;: With diverter W posi-
tioned as shown, move screw 181to lower hala
(C1 and other screw [Dl to upper hole [El.
l i ghten bol h screws. To free dikrtcr, reverse
above procedure. Note that the blocking screw
(BI is heavier and has an extension beyond
its threaded portion.
NOTE: UI FOR MODEL 'K' ONLY: 100 and 200 reledion MANUAL phonos; insert extra screw i n hole No. 14 or 15, wfiichever is not i n use. (One of the board mounting screws
may be ured as the extra smwJ
NOTE: m)
Stop screw may be located i n hole No. 3 or higher, since it has no function i n this price-setting.
GENERAL: If CREDiT STOP SCREW is locrr(ed i n hole No. 2, 3 or 4, the mounting screw, vhi ch is nonnally i n hole No. 2, should be in hole No. 9.
NOTE: (a 50c BONUS UNIT Is not ured in 200 or 120 selection ELECTRIC phenol.
-For @@ & 0, ma v e double blue wire miact from I 2 connector a -
- - -
ness plug and wmp with tope. Conbo con be removed by depressing retaining borb on contmct side of plug and pulling on wire from hamu. side of plug.
(not used herel-
U CREDIT STOP COILS
(Left ri dal
CREDIT STOP SCREW
U
CANCEL STOP COILS
U
IFrontl (Right side1
Fig. 3 - ICREDITUNIT slot and screw locoh'oni)
CANCEL STOP SCREW
(Rear platel
+(not used here)
Fig. 2 - fCredi1 Circuit Board)
. . ... - -. -
b .cr.r i n hole '3 &us.. the allu.c
b screw i n h;l.'l rwws 11s. TIEN:
-11. .I..lrirol c 3di t stop t e b. .nw.
9iz.d 1111. . ten r.nt coin sr i t cl b
TY.FIVE CENT COIN SWITCH t o e n
.,pix. d. main os di t sol.noid ri d..
L scv.w i n hole '4 roums th. odjulo. OYI .n.,gixinq on). .I.clricol slop.
011. .I.rlrirol c n d i l stop coi l oo L.
.n.rgir.d h l ih. tr.ntplir. r.nt coin
b s r r w i n laole '6 raus.s th. FI FTY
switch.
CENT COIN SWITCH l o .n.rgix. the
mein credit . ohnoi d without .n.rgiz.
ON THIS SIDE SC~.* should I. placed i n ho~. .7
*hen a prir..ol-ploy ir 0s.d which
! sccew i n hol. 'I cousas oh. 1in.d
on. rt-p" .I.ct~irol credit soap to
Scr.r should I. p1or.d i n helm - 8
be ner gi i * d by th. lir. r.nt coin
-hen 0 p,oc..oCploy i s ur.d which
switrh. r.quir.s PH.25 Fi l l y C.nt Unit.
A s r wr i n hole ' 2 rws. s th. .'on.
s0.p'' .I.rtric~l slop I- b . .n.rgiz.d
11the I." r.nt r oi n swieph.
A .cv.w i n hol. ' 9 cmuses tl m lir.
A s r r w i n hol.'IS ronn.os the "two
cent c.sdil i i gl d 10 b. turn-d on when
s1.p" cradit ring. os the E.P. credit
#la. ..adit wheal moves on. ,tap from
switrh. ( Thi s mok.. i t posribl. 10
horn. position.
mok. mn E.P. r.i.rtion *h.n the cred.
A snsw i n hol. '10 cous.. th. @en
cant cr-dit l i ght oo 1. turned on wh.n
the cradit rhv.1 mor.s one step I r on
A screw i n hole ' I 6 conn.ctr the
horn. position.
t h, . . step" cradit ri ng 0s ,ha E.P.
credio switch. [ Thi s makes i@ n.c.s.
z o q l ot the r n d i l "ni l to mow ti ,..e
11.p~ from horn. pesition b.lot. an
E.P. s.l.ction ran be mad..)
A srrer i n hol. .I1 rausrs the
r ~ n l l i ght l o go on vh.n 11, . credit ".
nil r oves 1. 0 s1.p~ Ira. hone posi.
tion.
L so.- i n hole -12 cau..s th. " I S(
or nor." l i ght lo go onwhen theclad.
il unit mores 0-0 SI-ps I r on hone
p"ilion.
Whan m single pvir. conbination (not
dual wi ci ng)i r used:
(0) When giving on. pl oy for on.
sl edi t tooth. SEI.WS muse be
pl m~ed i n holes .13. 14 md
15 (no s c n r i n hole '16).
(b) When airin. on. oI.r lor two
cr. di t r. . &. . C, . *S' . ~, ~ b.
plar.din holes -14, 1S. d 16
(no set.* i n hole .If).
A screw i n hol. ' I 3 conn.nsth."on.
A scr.w i n holm .I4 c0nn.rt. the
s1.p" credit l i ng 0% the "standard"
"I*. s1.p" credit 1ln8 ms th. "stand.
cradit wi t ch. ( Thi s mok.. I t possibl. ad" credit swilch. ( Thl s rnok.. i t
to make. "s~ondord p,ic.d" ul.clion n.cessary 1 6 ih. credit unit to b. t r e
r t oh the crodit rhn.1 on. ~1.p I r on steps bom home position bl or. a
hone position.
"standard .#iced" s.l.rtion con b.
mod..
SOUND SYSTEM
SERVICE MANUAL
AUTOMATI C MUSI C, I NC.
. .................... SPECIFICATIONS SOUND SYSTEM COMPONENTS
GENERAL ...........................................................
........................................ INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION
............... SOUND PATTERN -CONVENTIONALPHONOGRAPH
............... . SOUND PATTERN STEREO-ROUND PHONOGRAPH
. ........................... CENTERED PLACEMENT LONG WALL
............................ CENTERED PLACEMENT -SHORT WALL
CORNER PLACEMENT ...........................................
.................... REMOTE SPEAKER OPERATION WITH STEREO-ROUND
CONNECTION CHART ..............................................
................................. REMOTE CONTROL BOX SCHEMATIC
............................... CHART -USE OF AMPLIFIER CONTROLS
AMPLIFIER SYSTEM SCHEMATIC CHART ...............................
PAGE
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Phono cortridge: GE Variable Reluctance, Model VR22 - 0.7 mi l diamond stylus.
Amplifier:
AM1 Part No. R-2776 Stereo Power Amplifier plus AM1 Port No. R-2020 Stereo Control Amplifier.
Specs (each channel) -- AM1 Part No. R-2776 2-Channel Stereo Power Amplifier:
Continuous Tone Power Output: M watts @ 2% hormonic distortion.
Music Power Output (IHFM Standards): 25 watts @ 1.5% hormonic distortion.
Frequency Response (@ I-watt level):
30 cps -- 30,000 cps f 0.5 DB
19 cps -- 90,000 cps + 1 DB
Input Voltage for Full Output: 1 vol t
Output Connections:
Matri x circuitry for driving Stereo Rwnd phonograph spwken.
hl onced 70-volt output for remote speakers.
Tube Ccmplement: 1 -5U4GB, 4 -5973, 4 -1 2AU7/ECC82.
Specs -- AM1 Port No. R-2020 Stereo Control Amplifier:
Input: Designed for GE Vorioble Reluctance VR22 phono cartridge.
Output: Low impedance cathode follower output.
High-Frequency Ronge Control (Record Noise Scrotch Filter):
3-position, 12DB/octave sharp cutoff type with cutoff frequencies of 10,000 cps (full),
6000 cps (modemte), 3000 cps (limited).
Fi del i ty Equalizer Control: This control compensates for rocm accwst i c differencesand also
functions as a 3-position bass-treble balance control.
AVC (Automatic Volume Control): Wide-range, l ow distortion type wi t h cascade control
ci rcui t for 40 DB control range.
Volume Control: Bass compensotion for Fletcher-Munson effect at low-volume levels; bass
hos t automatically reduced at high volume for maximum power covemge. Low impedance
ci rcui t permits remoting of control up t o 100 feet.
Shock mounted chassis for maximum mechanical and ocousticol isolotion.
Tube Ccmplement: 2-12AU7/ECC82, 2-7025/ECC83, 4-12AX7/ECC83.
Speaker Frequency Dividing Network:
Eochspeaker has o complementary f i l t er section t o provide specific frequency covemge and power
I eve1 .
Speaker System:
Low-Frequency Speaker-Front: 12" diameter, low-resonance, high-efficiency type. 1 LB.
Al ni co V magnet. Cone resormnce: 45 cps. High-frequency l i mi t: 2000 cpr.
High-Frequency Speaker-Front: 3-1/2" Diameter, wide dispenion-cone type. 1.47 oz., Al ni co
V. Frequency range: 2000 cps t o 15,000 cps.
Side Speaken: 6" x 9" el l i pt i cal wi t h curvilinear cone. Heavy-duty 10 oz. lndox-6 ceramic
magnet. Frequency range: 250 cps t o 12,000 cpr.
Power Input t o Speaker System: 24 watts max.
Power Available t o Remote Speakers: 8 watkper channel (16 watts total).
TheContinentol IIStereoRoundPhonograph is a completely the cabinet to form the stereo sound image. The pick-up
selfcontoinedstereophonogroph. Auxi l i ary remote speak- cartridgeandamplifierore essentially unchanged from that
errore not necessary to obtain f ul l stereophonic reproduc- used i n theModel K, Continental I and Lyric phonogrophs.
tion. Thespeokers, speaker orientation within the cabinet Adjustmentof the High Frequency Range control the Fidelity
and ossociotedmatrixcircuitryresult i n a speaker system i n EquoIizercontrol, thechannel Boloncecontrol and the Hum
which the sound is proiected from the sides and front of Balance controls continue unchonged.
The sound pattern from o Stereo Round phonograph is di f - directionolot low frequencies and increasingly directional
ferent from that of o conventional phonograph; hence this at high frequencies. Thus i n the important mid t o high
mvstbetokenintoconsiderationwhen instolling the ~hono- frequency range the sound is concentrated i n front of the
graph. Thesedifferences exist i n both monaural and stereo
Thus the phonogroph must be "aimed" ot the
reproduction.
ar m to be covered. Areas to the side must frequently be
covered by remote speoken to get adequate coverage.
The sound pottern of a convention01 phonogroph i s non- (See Figure 1 .)
LOW FREQUENCIES
FIGURE 1 SOUND PATTERN - CONVENTIONAL PHONOGRAPH
In theStereoRoundsystem, henondirectional low frequen-
stereo reproduction, the left channel sound i s projected
ciesarefrom the "woofer" located i n the front of h e phono- from the leftsideof the phonograph when facing the phono-
graph. Mi d to high frequencies ore from speakers located groph. Similarly the right channel sound i s projected from
ineachsideondin the front. Thus sound i s projected from the right ride. The center of the round image i s fi l l ed i n
bothsidesand from the frontof the phonogroph. This cover- by sound from the front of the phonogroph. (See Figure 2.)
age holds For both monaural and stereo reproduction. In
MONAURAL & MONAURAL 8.
LEFT CHANNEL STEREO RIGHT CHANNEL STEREO
MID-HIGH FREQUENCIES MID-HIGH FREQUENCIES
& CENTER STEREO
MID-HIGH FREQUENCIES
FIGURE 2 SOUND PATTERN -STEREO - ROUND PHONOGRAPH
Wall surfaces adjacent to and opposite each side speaker
wi l l reflect considerablesound i nto the listeningarw unless
the phonograph is locatedoutdoon or i n an unusually large
room. Swnd images wi l l be formed at these wal l surfoces
much as visual images are formed with mirrors. Thus, the
phonograph should be centered between walls opporite the
sides of the phonograph i n order to establish a balanced
sound image. (See Figure 3.) The location ofthe phono-
graph along the middle of the long wal l instead of the
middle of the short wall i n a rectangular room is recom-
mended because sound distribution wi l l be moreuniform
NOT RECOMMENDED RECOMMENDED
and the effective stereo listening area wi l l be greater.
Thiscan be seen by comparing Figure 3 with Figure 4. In
someinstollotion, thephonograph may have to be located
or i n Figure4. Thererulkwouldnot be disosterous - rather
i t woul d be Iikehaving the band located i n that end of the
room. The widthofthestereoimage is approximately equal
to the distance between the wolls on each side of the
phonograph. Although the phonograph has been shown
agoinstowall, i tcanbepl aced owoy f r m the wal l without
loss of effect.
FIGURE 3 CENTERED PLACEMENT - LONG WALL
FIGURE 4 CENTERED PLACEMENT - SHORT WALL
The phonograph con be installed i n the corner of a room
with good effect especially i f i t can be pul l ed out of the
corner a few feet so as to enlarge the stereo image. (See
Figure 5.)
Thesidespeakers have bedn placedas high as possible wi thi n
thecabinetsoas toproject thesoundatear level. Obstruc-
tions i n front of the side speakers wi l l reduce the effective-
ness of thestereo Round system. The larger the obstruction
and the closer the obstruction the less wi l l be the effec-
tivenessofthesystem. Obstructions i n front of the phono-
graph wi l l have much less effect upon the overall perfor-
mance of the system.
In rarecases where the only ploce for the phonograph is i n
analcoveorwhere the side speakers are otherwise blocked
off, the Stereo Round system can not be used. In these
cases, a conventional stereo installation can be made by
using tworemotespeaken and by disconnecring the phono-
graph speakenat the0mpl;fier. If t he~honoar o~h i s located
- . - ,
sentroily between theremotespeaken; then thefrontspeok-
e n can be left connectedand used with the remote speokers
asthemiddlespeakerofa three speaker stereo installation.
The side speokers should be disconnected at the amplifier
(Black, Blue, Yellow, Brown leads). Connect El on the
main amplifier chassis (l eft channel) to El on the l ef t
EX-500 AMI, Remote Speaker. Also connect E6 (same
amplifier) t o E3 (same remote speoker). Connect E l on
Add-on power omplifier (right channel) to E3 on the right
EX-600AMIRemoteSpeoker. Also connect El (some amp-
lifier) t oEl (same remotespeaker). Seteach remote speoker
for 10 watts.
FIGURE 5 CORNER PLACEMENT
Where sound coverage is required i n rooms or areas not Note that the remote speaken i n this case ore connected
covered by the Stereo Round phonogroph, remote speakers to both amplifiers - each amplifier furnishes one half the
should be installed i n these areas and connected to the power indicated by the power setting on the speaker. 8
StereoRoundphonogroph. Tworemotespeakersorerequired watts per chonnel is avoiloble for remote speakers when
forstereocoverogeinogivenorw and should be connected monaural and stereo records ore played. I f only monourol
as indicated on the chart. (See Figure 6.) Where only records ore used i n the phonogroph, 12 watts per channel
monourolsound i srqui red, one or more remote speakers i s avoilable for remote speakers.
can beconnected as indicatedon thechart. (See Figure 6 .)
STEREO ROUND SOUND SYSTEM CHART
R -
, ,
I ..
-
C&RI RI 06E
(REAR Y E W) STEREO CONTROL
AMPLIFIER
B&51C POWER AMPLlFlER
&DO ON POWER AMPLIFIER
SPEAKER OlVlDlNB NETWOllX
CANCELCIRCUIT
I j
I
I
I
HI FREQUENCY
I
I
I
WGHT SIDE
SPEIIIER
I
I
I I FRONT
I 10 lREOUENC"
I I SPEAKER
I
I
1F REMOIE.ITEREO COVERGE 15 NEEOEO. CONNECT 66 SHOWN
L - - - - - _ _ - _ _ _. - _- - - _ - - - - - - - - - -
I
I
I
I
I NOTE: I. EXTENSION SPEAKER OONNECTlONI SHOWN
ARE FOR 70 VOLT OPER&TION OF SPEAKER
MOOELS EX-200. EX4 0 0 . EX-40% LI EX-600
Z 8 WbTTS AVAIUBLE PER CHANNEL FOR EXTENSION
S P U X E R I WHEN USED WIT" STEREO ROUNO AH0
F-10571
LO w m s AVAIUBLE WHEN USED W~THOUTSTERED ROUND
FIGURE 6
TO AMPLIFIER
L- 2722A SPEAKER
CONNECTI ON CHART
FRONT SPKRS
STEREO
SIDE S ~ KRS
DO HOT REMOTE THIS BOX -
USE REMOTE CONTROL ASSI MBLI H-3037 A
F.10581
v
TO SPEAKERS
DI VI DI NG NETWORK H - 5043
REMOTE CONTROL BOX SCHEMATI C
CHART USE OF AMPLIFIER CONTROLS
HlGH FREQUENCY RANGE: Use the maximum range permitted by the condition of your records.
FIDELITY EQUALIZER: Set to the number as determined from the table below f or best results.
VOLUME LEVEL
HIGH
MODERATE
LOW
ROOM ACOUSTICS
LIVE or HARD
NON-ABSORBENT
2
3
3
DEAD or SOPT,
HIGHLY ABSORBENT
1
1
2
NORMAL, MODERATELY
ABSORBENT
1
2
3
TO COWSTAWT C-
VOLTACE
TERYIWYS
OW AYPLIFIER+
I
VOLTAGE
TERM IWALS
OW AMPLIFIER+
REUOVE JUYPER
BETYEEW C2 k C3
- EX- 5 0 0 -
(LATEST TYPE
BLACK
CUT JUMPER
- 1-2130 -
SPEAKER
When constant voltage speakers are used,set the wattage of
each speaker at the highest level that wi l l ever be required i n
the area the speaker serves.Moke sure.however, that the t ot al
wattage of al l speakers connected to a si ngl e ampl i fi er does
not exceed 20. The wattage setti ng and the setfing df the main
YATCHI I I G
. .!
volume control wi l l determine the moxi mum loudness of each
speaker.The speaker control is used to adjust the loudness of
i ndi vi dual speakers as condi ti ons vary.
TO 8OHY TERMIWPS
OW AMPLIFIER
H-3333-H
SPEAKER CONTROL
( a OHM TYPE ONLY )
(IWTERIIAL COYWECTI OI SI
SHIELD
-
GENERAL CONNECTIONS f or any
eight ohm speaker.
The l i nes must be connected t o the
ampl i f i er at tops that wi l l not del i ver mare fhon
10 Watts to the speaker.
-
AUTOMATIC MUSIC, INC.
1500 UNI ON AVENUE. 5. E.. GRAND RAPIDS 2. MI CHI GAN
SOUND SYSTEM
PARTS CATALOG
AUTOMATIC MUSIC, INC.
PLATE NO . PAGE
R-2777 BASIC AMPLIFIER ASSEMBLY .......................... 1 4- 5
L-2156 A D D 4 N CONTROL AMPLIFIER ...................... 2 6- 7
L-2728 ADD- ON POWER AMPLIFIER ......................... 3 8- 9
R-20M STEREO CONTROL AMPLIFIER ........................ 4 10-1 1
PHONOGRAPH SPEAKERS AND NETWORKS .................. 5 12-13
STANDARD PARTS ......................................... 14
. BASI C AM PLlFlER ASSEMBLY
PART
No. QTY. DESCRIPTION
PART
No. QW. DESCRIPTION
5U4GB Tube L-2736A 1
Octal Socket 0 s - I l l 0 1
Thermal Fuse Holder Q S-102V 1
Adaptor Plate - Capacitor QS-114F 1
Socket - 9 Pin (Miniature) Q 5-1048 1
12 AU7 Tube @ S-103K 2
Potentiometer - Wire Wound l OOnl W. Q S-107U 1
Polnut Q S-104P 1
Receptacle - Phono. Plug Q 5-104H 1
Terminal Strip Q S-I 14G 1
Terminal Strip Q S-104X 1
Terminal Strip @ S-106G 1
6973 Tube Q S-102R 1
Copacitor - Electrolytic (40-20-20-10 MFD, 450 V) Q S-106L 4
Terminal Strip Q S-I028 2
Cable Assembly @ S-102K 2
Capacitor - Electrolytic 25 MFD, 50 V Q S-102F 3
Speaker Connection Chart Q 5-2236 1
Rectifier @ 5-223J 1
Terminal Strip @ S-210V 3
Terminal Strip @ 5-210N 1
Terminal Strip 0 5-223F 1
Relay
Power Transformer
Audio Output Transformer
Chassis Assembly
Resistor - Wi r e Wound 100n10% 1/2 Wott
Resistor -Carbon I Wf i l O% 1/2 Watt
Resistor -Wi re Wound 1 5 0 ~ 1 0 % 10 Watt
Resistor -Carbon 4 7 0 ~ 1 0 % 112 Watt
Resistor - Carbon 1 Kn l O% l Watt
Resistor -Carbon 1 . 2 L 5% 1/2 Wott
Resistor -Carbon 2.7Kn10% 1/2 Watt
Resistor -Carbon 4.7Kn10% 1/2 Watt
Resistor - Wi r e w i n d 5.5~~110% 10 Watt
Resistor -Carbon 27Kn10% 1/2 Watt
Resistor - Carbon 33Kn10% 1/2 Watt
Resistor -Carbon 100Kn 10% 1 2 Watt
Resistor -Carbon I WKn 5 % 1 1 2 Watt
Resistor - Carbon 150Kn 10% I h Watt
Resistor -Carbon 470Kn10% 122 Watt
Resistor -Carbon 1 Mn l O% 1/2 Watt
Ca~aci t or - Ceramic Disc 6.8 MMFD 10% 500V
cobocitor- Ceramic Disc 75 MMFD 10% 500V
Copacitor- Tubulor .047 MFD 20% 6WV
Capacitor- Tubular .01 MFD 10% 600V
~ Go c i t o r - Ceramic Disc .Ol MFD GMV 5WV
Cord and Plug
Cartridge Fuse - 3A, 250 V
Cable Clamp
Spacer
Swain Relief
PART
No.
F-829
F-993
F-1622
F-1684
F-I873
F-2633
F-2634
F-3068
F-5614
F-7951
F-8248
F-8250
I Includes:
QTY.
1
ADD-ON CONTROL AMPLIFIER (MONAURAL)
DESCRIPTION
Rubber Grommet
Capacitor Adaptor Plate
Miniature Tube Shield
Terminal Strip
Socket - 9 Pin (Miniature)
12AX7 Tube
12AU7 Tube
Receptical - Phono. Plug
Sock'et
-
Terminal Strip (3 Lug)
Slide Switch
Terminal Strip
Mounting Cl i p -Terminal Strip (Not Shown)
Grommet - Shock Mount
Capacitor - Electrolytic 40/450 V
Cable Assembly
ECC83 or 7025 Tube
Packaged Electronic Ci rcui t
Packaged Electronic Ci rcui t
Terminal Strip Assembly
Terminal Strip
Resistor 820n5% 1/2 Watt
Resistor 22 K n10% 1/2 Watt
Resistor 33 K nl O% 1/2 Watt
Resistor IOOK n10% 1/2 Watt
PART
No. O N . DESCRlPTlON
0 5-1028 1 Resistor l5OK ~ 1 0 % 1/'2 Wott
(9 5-102G 1 Resistor 220K n10% 1/2 Watt
6' S-102L 1 Resistor 330K ~ 1 0 % 1/2 Watt
G) S-102K 2 Resistor 470Kn10% 1/2 Watt
W S-lO6X 1 Resistor68OK A 10% 112 Wott
@ S-102D 1 Resistor 2. 2Mn10% 1,.2 Wott
Q S-lO6T 1 Resistor I OMr r l O% 1/2 Watt
@ 5-222F 1 Capacitor - Ceramic Disc 470 MMFD, 10% 500V
0 5-2226 2 Capacitor - Ceramic Disc .02 MFD, GMV 500V
@ S-212A I Capacitor - Myl ar .O1 MFD 20% lOOV
L-225 1 1 Chassis
Q S-107F 1 Resistor 2.2Kn5% 1/2 Watt
Q 5-102M 1 Resistor 10Knl O% 1/2 Watt
Q S-104X 2 Resistor 27K n10% 1/2 Watt
Q 5-1060 1 Resistor 47K n10% 1/2 Watt
Q S-102R 1 Resistor 100Kn10% 1/2 Watt
Q S-lO6C 1 Resistor 120Kn10% 1/2 Watt
Q 5-102K 1 Resistor 470Kn10% 1/2 Watt
0 S-102F 3 Resistor l Mn l O% 1/2 Watt
@ S-108F 1 Resistor 15Mn10% 1 Watt
@ 5-2226 1 Capacitor - Ceramic Disc .0018 MFD 10% 500V
Q S-212C 2 Capacitor - Myl ar .0082 MFD 10% lOOV
0 5-222C 2 Capacitor - Ceramic Disc .02 MFD GMV 500V
Q S-2120 1 Capacitor - Myl ar .15 MFD 20% IOOV
@ F-8266 1 Capacitor - Myl ar 2 MFD 10% 50V
5-2320-0 1 Strain Relief
ADD-ON POWER AMPLIFIER
PART
No.
F-1873
F-2634
F-2637
F-2649
F-3068
F-3687
F-5604
F-7939
F-7954
F-8224
F-8236
F-8263A
F-8290
F-10193
H-5040
QTY.
4
DESCRIPTION
Socket - 9 Pin, Miniature
12AU7 Tube
Potentiometer - Wi r e Wound I OOnl W
Palnut
Receptacle - Phono. Plug
Terminal Strip
Terminal Strip
Capacitor Mounting Cl i p
Terminal Strip
6973 Tube
Capacitor Electrolytic (40-20-20-10 MFD, 450W
Cable Assembly
Speaker Connection Chart
Terminal Strip
Chasrir
Audi obut put Transformer
Resistor - Carbon 100n10% 1/2 Watt
Resistor - Carbon 1. 2Kn5% 1/2 Watt
Resistor - Corbon 2.7Kn10% 1/2 Watt
Resistor - Corbon 4.7Kn10% 1/2 Watt
Resistor - Corbon 10Knl O% 1 Watt
Resistor - Carbon 33Kn10% 1/2 Watt
Resistor - Carbon 100Kn10% 1/2 Watt
Resistor - Carbon 100Kn5% 1/2 Wott
Resistor - Corbon 150Kn10% 1/2 Watt
Resistor - Corbon 470Kn10% 1/2 Wott
Resistor - Carbon l M nl O% 1/2 Wott
Capacitor - Ceramic Disc 6.8 MMFD 10% 500V
Capocitor - Ceramic Disc 75 MMFD 10% 500V
Capocitor - Tubular .047 MFD 20% 600V
Copocitor - Cerornic Disc .01 MFD GMV 500V
Copocitor - Tubular .01 MFD 10% 6OOV
Cable Clamp
STEREO CONTROL. AMPLIFIER
PART
No. QTY. DESCRIPTION
H-3055
I Includes:
F-82%
Grommet
Copocitor Adaptor Plate
Miniature Tube Shield
Terminal Strio
Socket - 9 pi n (Miniature)
12AX7 Tube
12AU7 Tube
Palnut
Receptacle Phono. Plug
Terminol Strip
Socket
Terminal Strip (5 LUU)
Mounting ~r dc k et -?hassir Base
Slide Switch
Copocitor Mounting Cl i p (Not Shown)
Copocitor - Electrolytic 40-40 MFD @ 450V
Mounting Cl i p -Terminal Strip ( Not Shown)
. .
~ r o mme i - shock Mount
Cepacitor - Myl or 2 MFD 10% 50V
7025 or ECC-83 Tube
Solder Lug
Stereo Balance Control Dual 50K 1W lo%,
Linear Taper, 50% Top
Terminol Strip Assembly
Terminol Strio
PART
No. ON. DESCRIPTION
Resistor - Corbon - 150Kn 10% 1/2 Watt
Resistor - Corbon - 470Kn10% 1/2 Watt
Resistor - Corbon - 330Kn10% 1/2 Wott
Resistor - Corbon - 680Kn10% 1)2 Watt
Resistor - Carbon - 10Mn10% 1/2 Watt
Capacitor - Ceramic Disc .02 MFD GMV 500V
Cable Assembly
Bottom Assembly - Stereo Pre Amp
Chassis
Resistor - Corbon - 8 2 0 ~ 5 % 1/2 Wott
Resistor - Carbon - 10Kn10% 1/2 Wott
Resistor - Corbon - 47Kn10% 1/2 Watt
Resistor - Carbon - 100Kn10% 1/2 Watt
Resistor - Carbon - 120Kn 10% 1/2 Wott
Resistor - Corbon - 220Kn10% 1/2 Watt
Resistor - Corbon - 470Kn10% 1/2 Watt
Resistor - Corbon - I Mn l O% 1/2 Watt
Resistor - Corbon - 2.2Mn10% 1/2 Wott
Resistor - Carbon - 15Mfi10% 1 Watt
Copacitor - Ceramic Disc .0018 MFD 10% 500V
Copacitor - Myl ar .0082 MFD 10% lOOV
Copocitor - Ceramic Disc .001 MFD 10% 500V
Copacitor - Myl ar .01 MFD 10% IOOV
Copacitor - Ceramic Disc .02 MFD GMV 500V
Capacitor - Mylar . I 5 MFD 20% IOOV
. . .
) &i 1 1 0 4 ~ 3 Resistor -'carbon - 27Knl O% 1/2 Wott
PHONO. SPEAKERS AND NETWORKS
PART
No.
F-10585
F-10586A
F-10587A
F-10588
F-10589
F-10596
F-10598
H-5043
5-1 15F
5-93) L
5-931 S
5-1 15s
S-1200D
S-1211 J
QTY.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
DESCRIPTION
Capacitor AC Electrolytic 35 MFD, 20%-10% 50V
lnductor 7 Mi l l i henry
Inductor 5 Mi l l i henry
Terminal Strip
Terminal Strip
Ponel
Copocitor 2.5 MFD +20% - 10% 50V
Connection Chort
Resistor Wire Wound 4 7 n , 10%. 7W
Cable Clamp
Coble Clamp
Resistor Wire Wound 4. 7n, lo%, 7W
Washer
Spacer
L.1
-v
I
d
P
St a n d a r d P a r t s . . .
Fol l owi ng ar e t he st andard parts (parts n o t carryi ng AM1 part
numbers) used with t he vari ous Sound System Components.
AMPLIFIERS:
R-2777 ~ a s i c - ~ m ~ l ifier:
14-40 x 3/16 Sems Slotted Hexoaon Washer Heod Machine Screw
( ~xt er r al Lockwasher)
-
g8-32 x ) / 2 Sems Slotted Hexagon Washer Heod Machine Screw
(External Lockwasher)
118-32 Hexagon Machine Screw Nut
f 8 Internal Lackwasher
3/8 Internal Lockwasher
L-2156 Add-On Control Amplifier:
16 x 3/8 Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Screw, Type "Z"
L-2728 Add-On Power Amplifier:
f6 x 3/8 Slotted Hexagon Washer Heod Screw, Type "Z"
f8-32 x 1/2 Sems Slotted Hexagon Washer Heod Machine Screw,
(External Lockwosher)
f8-32 Hexagon Machine Screw Nut
3/8 Internal Lockwasher
R-2020 Stereo Control Amp1 ifier:
#8-32 x 1/4 Phillips Binder Heod Machine Screw
R-2776 Power Amplifier Combination (Stereo):
"8-32 x 3/8 Sems Slatted Hexagon Washer Head Machine Screw
(External Lackwasher)
#8-32 Hexagon Machine Screw Nut
PHONO. SPEAKERS:
(L-1344 and L-1363)
See J and K Cabinefs and Components Parts Catalogs for al l attach-
i ng ports.
SPEAKER DIVIDING NETWORKS:
are attached t o cabinet with:
2 - I 10 x 1-1/4 Phillips Round Head Self-Tapping Screws,
Type "A"
L-1343
f 6 x 5/8 Phillips Round Head Screw, Type "A"
f 8 x 5/8 Phillips Round Head Screw, Type "A"
L-2037
f6 x 5/8 Phillips Round Head Screw, Type "A"
CONTENTS
Thi s catalog covers all components of the Model K phono. sound system and accessories,
plus several items used i n or with the Model J sound system which were not previously
catalogued.
The R-145 amplifier, which was used i n the G, H, I and J phonos., is covered i n the H and
I Sound System Part s Catalog and G-200 Sound System Service Manual.
The pick-up cartridges, including those used i n t he model J and K, ar e listed below but
not illustrated.
PICK-UP CARTRIDGES:
F-7362 Sonotone - used in Model J stereo phonos.
F-7369 Cartridge Conversion Network Special Adaptor - used with Sonotone, (F-7362)
1 F-7613 Replacement Stylus (Diamond)
F-6158 G.E. VR-11- used in Models J and K Monaural phonos.
F-6165 Replacement Stylus (Sapphire)
F-8864 G.E. VR-22 - used in Model K, stereo phonos.
1 F-7944 Replacement Stylus (Diamond)
AMPLIFIERS: f Model K ) PLATE NO. PAGE
2 0 1 s i c Amplifier h!$%l 1 4-5
L-2156 Add-on Control Amplifier . . . C~mbinalion R-2021 2
6-7
'Power
L-2155 Add-on Power ~ m ~ l i f i e r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - .... - I ~mpl i f i er 3 8-9
....... ...... R-2020 Stereo Control Amplifier - .- - Stereo
1 R-2019 4 10-11
*L-2155 and R-2020 combine with R-2017 to make up: Master Stereo Combination
STANDARD PARTS .. 12.13
PHONO. SPEAKERS:
L.1344 High Frequency Phono. Speaker - - 5 14-15
L-1363 Low Frequency Phono Speaker - .,,.l. j 14-15
DIVIDING NETWORKS:
L-1343 Speaker Dividing Network used in Models J and K 5 14-15
L-2037 Speaker Dividing Network used in current export phono 5 14-15
REMOTE CONTROL ASSEMBLIES:
H.3037-A Remote Control with Cable (Stereo)
H.3037-B Remote Control with Cable (Monaural) . .
H-3037-C Remote Control without Cable (Stereo) ..-
H-3037-D Remote Control without Cable (Monaural)
*H-3333-A Remote Control with Cable (Stereo) ..---
*H-3333-B Remote Control with Cable (Monaural) .. 6 16-17
AH.3333-D Remote Control without Cable (Stereo)
*H-3333-E Remote Control without Cable (Monaural)
H.3333-G
Remote Control (no cancel switch)
used with AM1 Background MUSIC System
*For use with R-145 Amplifier only (Model
L-2135 Random Pattern Panel (5/81)..
L.2159
Random Pattern Panel ( 3/ 4 )
I
H-3333-H Speaker Control ( 8 ohm "L" pad) 6 16-17
REMOTE SPEAKER UNITS:
EX-600 Cylindrical Speaker (R-2004-B) 7 18-19
L.2130 Speaker - used with:
L-2158 Uniform Pattern Panel ( 3 / 4 " )
I
L.2136 Uniform Pattern Panel (%") 8 20-21
L.2137 Round, Flush Mount Panel
L-2170 Round. WALL Mount Baffle -
EX.400 UNITS
R.1446 Stereo Remote Speaker, (Dark, 8 ohm)
i
9 22-23
R.1458 Stereo Remote Speaker, (Light, 8 ohm)
R-1489 Stereo Remote Speaker, (Constant Voltage) ...
/
TERMINAL 6TAW
PART
No. QTY.
F-195 1
F-267 1
F.861 1
F.993 1
F.1684. 1
F-1873 4
F-2634 2
F-2637 1
F-2649 2
F.3068 1
F.3687 1
F-7952 1
F-7954 I
F.8224 2
F.8225 1
F-8236 1
F.824,9 1
12.8250 1
F-8262 1
F-8264 1
F.8290 1
F-8305 1
H.3304-E 1
L-1822 1
L-2207 1
L.2240 1
BASI C AMPLI FI ER ASSEMBLY
IR-2017)
DESCRIPTION
5U4,GB Tube
Octal Socket
Tliermal Fuse Holder
Adaptor Plate - Capacitor
Terminal Strip
Socket - 9 Pin, miniature
12 AU7 Tube
Potentiometer - Wire Wound
Palnut
Receptacle - Phono. Plug
Terminal Strip
Terminal Strip
Terminal Strip
6973 Tube
Switch
Capacitor-Electrolytic
Terminal Strip
Terminal Strip
Cable Assembly
Capacitor-Electrolytic
Speaker Connection Chart
Rectifier
Relay
Audio Output Transformer
Power Transformer
Chassis Assembly
PART
No.
Q S-102-F
Q S.102-K
Q S-102-R
Q S-102-V
@ S-103-K
Q S.102-R
@ S-104-P
@ S-106-G
Q S-106-L
@ S-107-G
@ S.107-B
@ S.114-F
@ S-115-R
Q S-210-N
Q S-210-V
Q S-222-U
Q 5-223.F
0 S-l04,-R
@ S-222-T
@ S-2135-S
S-50O.X
S-720-H
S-931-E
S.1212-H
S-2321.A
Resistor (Carhon - 1/2 Watt)
Resistor (Carbon - 1/2 Watt)
Resistor (Carbon - l/z Watt)
Resistor (Carbon - 1/2 Watt)
Resistor (Carhon - 1 Watt)
Resistor (Carbon- % Watt)
Resistor (Carhon - l/z Wntt)
Hesistor (Carbon - l/z Watt)
Resistor (Carbon - l/'. Watt)
Resistor (Carhon - l/z Watt)
Resistor (Carbon - l/z Watt)
Resistor (Wire Wound - 10 Watt)
Resistor (Wire Wound - 7 Watt)
Capacitor - Paper
Capacitor - Paper
Capacitor - Ceramic Disc
Capacitor - Ceramic Disc
Resistor (Carbon - 1/2 Watt)
Capacitor - Ceramic Disc)
Insulating Tubing
Cord and Plug
Cartridge Fuse
Cable Clamp (not shown - inside chassis -
line cord)
Spacer (fuse holder)
Strain Relief
I
,
MIC SOCCET
I 1
PART
No. OTY.
F-829 1
F993 1
F1622 2
F-1873 2
F-2633 2
F-2634 1
F-5601 1
F-5614 2
F7951 1
F-8248 2
F-8257 4
F.8259 1
F-8260 1
F-8265 1
F-8266 1
F-8268 1
F-8269 4
F-8287 1
F-8318 1
F-8333 1
H-3058 1
Inelades:
F.8258 1
S.102-9 1
S-102-D 1
S-102-G 1
S-102-K 1
S.102-L 1
S.102-R 1
S-104-K 1
S-106-G 1
S.106.T 1
y S.106-X 1
ADD-ON CONTROL
DESCRIPTION
Rubber Crommet
Capaeitor Adaptor Plate
Miniature Tube Shield
Socket - 9 Pi n (Miniature)
12AX7 Tuhe
12A1J7 Tube
Terminal St ri p
Socket
Terminal Strip ( 3 Lug)
Slide Switch
Mounting Clip -Terminal Strip (not shown)
Receptacle - Phono. Pl ug
Insulator
Capacitor - Electrolytic
Capacitor - Mylar
Terminal Strip
Grommet - Shack Mount
Cable Assembly
Socket
ECC.83 o r 5025 Tuhe
Terminal Strip Assemhly
Terminal Strip
Resistor (Carhon - 34 Watt)
Resistor (Carhon - l/z Watt)
Resistor (Carbon - yz Wat t )
Resistor (Carbon - '/z Wat t )
Resistor (Carbon -I/. Wat t )
Resistor (Carhon - l/z Wat t )
Resistor (Carbon - '/z Wat t )
Resistor (Carhon - l/z Wat t )
Resistor (Carhon - l/z Wat t )
Resistor (Carbon - y~ Watt)
AMPLIFIER
PART
No. QTY.
S-107-C 1
S-107-D 1
S-212-A 1
S-222-C 2
(MONAURAL)
DESCRIPTION
Resistor (Carhon - '/z Watt)
Resistor (Carbon - ?/z Wat t )
Capaeitor - Mylar
Capacitor - Ceramic Disc.
Capacitor - Ceramic Disc.
Insulatine Tnhi ne (not shown)
Chassis
Resistor (Carhon - '/z Wat t )
Resistor (Carhon - '/z Wat t )
Resistor (Carbon - '/z Wat t )
Resistor (Carbon - '/2 Wat t )
Resistor (Carbon - '/z Wat t )
Resistor (Carhon - l/z Wat t )
Resistor (Carhon - '/z Wat t )
Resistor (Carhon - '/z Wat t )
Resistor (Carbon - '/z Wat t )
Resistor (Carhon - '/z Wat t )
Resistor (Carhon - yz Watt)
Resistor (Carhon - '/z Watt)
Resistor (Carbon - 1 Watt)
Capacitor - Mylar
Capacitor - Mylar
Capacitor - Ceramic Disc
Cal,acitor - Ceramie Disc
Capacitor - Ceramic Disc
Capacitor - Ceramic Disc
Capacitor - Ceramic Disc
Capacitor - Ceramic Disc
Insuluting Tubing (not shown)
Insulating Tubing (not shown)
Cahle Clamp
Strain Relief
PART
No.
F-1684
F-1873
F-2634,
F-2637
F-264,9
F.3068
F-3687
F-5604
F-7939
F-7954
F-8224.
F-8236
F-8263
H-3035
L.1822
QTY.
1
4,
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
ADD-ON POWER AMPLIFIER
DESCRIPTION
Terminal Strip
Socket - 9 Pin, (miniature)
12AU7 Tube
Potentiometer - Wire Wound
Palnut
Receptacle - Phono. Plug
Terminal Strip
Terminal Strip
Capacitor Mounting Clip
Terminal Strip
6973 Tube
Capacitor-Electrolytic
Cable Assembly
Chassis
Audio Output Transformer
PART
No. DESCRIPTION
Resistor (Carbon - 1hWatt)
Resistor (Carbon - 1/2 Watt)
Resistor (Carbon - I/! Watt)
Resistor (Carbon - l/z Watt)
Resistor (Carbon - 1 Watt)
Capacitor - Ceramic Disc
Resistor (Carbon - t/z Watt)
Resistor (Carbon - l/z Watt)
Resistor (Carbon -1h Watt)
Resistor (Carbon -t/z Watt)
Resistor (Carbon - l/z Watt)
Capacitor - Paper
Capacitor - Paper
Capacitor - Ceramic Disc
Insulating Tubing (not shown)
Cable Clamp
PART
No. QTY. DESCRIPTION
STEREO CONTROL AMPLIFIER
(R-20201
Crammet
Capacitor Adaptor Plate
Miniature Tube Shield
Terminal St ri p
Socket - 9 Pi n (miniature)
12AX7 Tube
12AU7 Tube
Palnut
Terminal Strip
Terminal Striu
Socket
Terminal St ri p ( 5 Lug)
Mounting Bracket - Chassis Base (not shown)
Slide Switch
Capacitor Mounting Clip (not shown)
Capacitor - Electrolytic
Terminal Strip, (H-3055). Mounting Clip (not
shown)
Receptacle - Phono. Pl ug
Insulator
Shock Mount Grommet
Capacitor - Mylar
Socket
7025 or ECC.83 Tube
Stereo Balance Control
Terminal Strip Assembly
F-8258 1 Terminal Strip
S-102.9 2 Resistor (Carhon - l/z Watt)
S-102-H 1 Resistor (Carbon - ?/z Wat t )
S-102-L 1 Resistor (Carbon -'/z Wat t )
S-104X 1 Resistor (Carbon -l/z Wat t )
S-106-H 1 Resistor (Carbon - l/z Wat t )
S-106-T 1 Resistor (Carbon - 1/2 Wat t )
S-106.X 1 Resistor (Carhon - l/z Wat t )
S-107-D 1 Resistor (Carbon - '/z Watt)
r S-222-C 2 Capacitor - Ceramic Disc
PART
No. ON. DESCRIPTION
Capacitor - Ceramic Disc (not shown)
Insulating Tubing (not shown)
Cable Assembly
Bottom Assembly - Stereo Pr e amp.
Chassis
Resistor (Carbon- % Wat t )
Resistor (Carbon - 5 Wat t )
Resistor (Carbon - 5 Watt)
Resistor (Cnrbon - ?h Watt)
Resistor (Carhon - % Wat t )
Resistor (Cnrbon - ?h Wat t )
Resistor (Carhon - % Watt)
Resistor (Carbon - % Wat t )
Resistor (Carhon - l/z Wat t )
Resistor (Carhon- ?h Wat t )
Resistor (Carhon - ?h Watt)
Resistor (Carbon - ?/z Wat t )
Resistor (Carbon - 1 Watt)
Capacitor - Paper
Capacitor - Paper
Capacitor - Paper
Capacitor - Ceramic Disc
Capacitor - Ceramic Disc
Capacitor - Ceramic Disc
Capacitor - Ceramic Disc
Capacitor - Ceramic Disc
Capacitor - Ceramic Disc
Capacitor - Ceramic Disc
Capacitor - Ceramic Disc
Insulating Tubing (not shown)
Insulating Tubing (not shown)
Insulating Tubing (not shown)
Insulating Tubing (not shown)
Insulating Tubing (not shown)
Insulating Tubing (not shown)
Cable Clamp (H-3056 Cable Ass'y.- under
chassis) not shown
G.E. VR-I1 Cartridge (F-6158)
G.E. VR-22 Cartridge (F-8864)
are attached to tone arm with
2 - #4.40 x 940 Phillips Fillister Head Machine Screws and 2 clips
furnished.
REMOTE SPEAKER UNI TS:
EX-600 (R-2004-6)
#6-32 x '/z Sems Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Machine Screw
#8 x 5/ s Phillips Round Washer Head Screw, Type "A"
ft 10 x 3/4 Phillius Round Washer Head Screw. Type "A"
AMPLIFIERS:
R-2017 Basic Amplifier:
#4-40 x %B Sems Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Machine Screw
(External Lockwasher)
#8.32 x M Sems Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Machine Screw
(External Lockwasher)
#8-32 Hexagon Machine Screw Nut
#8 Internal Lockwasher
3/8 Internal Lockwasher
.. -~ . ..
#6 ~ p i p d Nut '
7'10-18 Hexagon Machine Screw Nut
#8 x 3/s Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Screw,TypeC'Z"
(for H-3318 Hanger Strap).
# 10 x 2 Phillips Round Head Screw, Type "A"
1-2 130 Spe a ke r :
#6 x%a Hexagon Head Screw. Type "Z"
1-2 135 Panel :
L-21 56 Add- On Cont r ol Amplifier:
#6 x 3js Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Screw, Type "Z"
1-21 55 Add- On Po we r Amplifier:
#6 x % Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Screw, Type "2" -
#8-32 x '/z Sems Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Machine Screw.
(External Lockwasher)
#8-32 Hexagon Machine Screw Nut
3 3 Internal Lockwasher
#4x 3/8 Slotted Binder Head Screw, Type "Z"
#8-32 x %Truss Head Machine Screw (for: F-7891)
# 10 Machine Screw Washer
#8-32 Hexagon Machine Screw Nut
1-21 59 Panel :
1-21 36 Panel : s a me as: 1-2135
L-2158 Panel :
1-21 37 Panel:
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#4 x 3/8 Slotted Binder Head Screw, Type "Z"
#10 Machine Screw Washer
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R-2020 Stereo Control Amplifier:
#8-32 x ?/4 Phillips Binder Head Machine Screw
R-201 9 Power Amplifier Combination (Stereo):
#8-32 x Sems Slotted Hexagon Washer Head Machine Screw
(External Lockwasher)
#8-32 Hexagon Machine Screw Nut
PHONO. SPEAKERS:
(1-1 344 and 1-1 363)
See J and K Cabinets and Components Part s Catalogs for al l attach-
ing parts.
SPEAKER DlVlDlNG NETWORKS: ~ - - ~ ~~ ~
are attached to cabinet with:
2- #10 x 1% Phillips Round Head Self-Tapping Screws,
Type "A"
1-1343
#6 x 5/8 Phillips Round Head Screw, Type "A"
#8 x 5/s Phillips Round Head Screw, Type "A"
L-2037:
#6 x 5/8 Phillips Round Head Screw. Type "A"
REMOTE CONTROIS:
H-3037 and H-33331 each model uses: . .
3/s-32 x %2 Thick ~ k x a g o n Nut
#6-32x 1vi Phillips Fillister Head Machine Screw
1-21 70 Baffle:
#8 x 1" Slotted Binder Head Screw, Type "A"
EX-400 UNITS
R-1446:
#6 x 1/2 Phillips Round Head, Self-Tapping Screw, Typel'A"
# 10 x 1/; Phillips Round Head, Self-Tapping Screw, Type "A"
#8 x ll/q Phillips Oval Head, Self-Tapping Screw, Type "A"
(Parkerized)
#8 x 2" Phillips Oval Head, Self-Tapping Screw, Type "A"
(Parkerized)
#8-32 x 1" Slotted Hexaeon Head Machine Screw ~ ~ ~~~
% 1632 x 3$ ~ r m s ~l r i l l i i s Hound Head 3lachineScrew
K 10 .r 1'4 Phillips Round Head \ Vod Screw (Alurnintia)
# 14 x 2" Slotted Round Hrad Wood Screw
#I0 Mnchine Screw Washer
#8-32 Hexagon Nut
R-1458: Same as R-1446
R-1489: ~ ~
#6 x % Phillips Round Head Self-Tapping Screw, Type "A"
# 8 x 3/a Phillips Round Head Self.Tapping Screw, Type "A"
# 10 x '/Z Phillips Round Head Self.Tapping Screw, Type "A"
# 10 x T/u Phillins Round Head Self-Taopinr Screw, Type "A"
$8 x li2 ~h i l l i b s Oval Head Sel f - ~aod&e Screw. Tv&''AM
>R x 2 " ~ h i l l i ~ 0 ~ a l l k a d S e ~ l . l ' a ~ r ; , i n ~ ~ ~ ~ : r r w, l ' ~ ~ ~ ; " A"
K 10 x 1% Pl>illips Itound Head Wood Screw ( Al umi nu~n)
K 10 x 2" Phi l l i r, ~ Hound Head Screw, Type "A"
#8 Machine Sciew Washer
#10 Machine Screw Washer
PART
No. QTY. DESCRIPTION
PHONO. SPEAKERS AND NETWORKS
L.1344 1 High Frequency Phono. Speaker
(Models J and K)
[.-I363 1 Low Frequency Phono. Speaker
(Models J and K)
L-1343 1 Speaker Dividing Network
(used in Models J and K)
Ineludes:
F.6307 1 Terminal Strip and Bracket Assembly
F.6340 1 Capacitor
F-6370 1 Connection Chart
H-1854 1 Network Panel
S-113-A 1 Resistor
S-113-R 1 Resistor
S-931-N 1 Clamp
PART
No. OTY. DESCRIPTION
L-2037 1
Includes:
F-6307 1
F-6340 1
F-8699 1
F-8700 1
1.1-2625 1
S-113-C 1
S-113-G 1
S-931-N 1
S-1200-D 1
S-1211.J 1
Speaker Dividing Network
(used in export phono.)
Terminal Strip and Bracket Assembly
Capacitor
Inductor
Speaker Connection Chart
Network Panel
Resistor
Resistor
Cable Clamp
Washer
Spacer
REMOTE CONT ROL ASSEMBLI ES
IH-3037-A-8-C & Dl
(H-3333-A-B-D-E-G & H - f or use with R-145 Amplifier)
PART
No. QTY. OESCUlPTlON
H.30'37-A 1 Remote Control with Cable (Stereo)
H-3037-R 1 Remote Control with Cable (Monaural)
H-3037-C 1 Itemote Control without Cable (Stereo)
11-3037-1) 1 Iiemolc: Control witl~out Cable (Monaural)
I
H-3333-A 1 Remote Control with Cable (Stereo)
1-1-3333-R I Itcmote Control with Cable (Monaural)
H-3333-D 1 Itemote Conlrol without Cable (Stereo)
H-3333-E 1 Ikmole Control without Cable
H-3333-G 1 Remote Control (no cancel switch)
M-3333-H 1 Speaker Control (8 R "L pad )
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Mounting Plate and N
Remote Control Cable
Control Box Schematic
llemote Control Cable
Remote Control Cable
F-7923.A Cover Assembly
Remote Control Cable
H-3032 Potentiometer
H-3335 Potentiometer
H.3343 Potentiometer
PART
NO. ON. DESCRIPTION
E X - 6 0 0 CYLI NDRI CAL SPEAKER
R-2004-0
Speed Nut (not shown)
Cloth Key Bag (not shown- for shipping and
packing)
Envelope (not shown-for packing and shipping)
Connection Chart
Wire and Lug Assembly
Wire and Lug Assembly
Name Plate Assembly
Spring Clip
Bag (not shown - for packing and shipping)
Tie Rod
Hanger Strap (Optional Equipment - for
multiple installation)
PART
No. ON. DESCRIPTION
-3356 1 Transformer and Terminal Strip Assembly
Inelodes:
F-7918 1 Wire and Tab Receptacle Assembly (not shown)
F-7920 1 Wire and Tab Receptacle Assembly (not shown)
F-7952 1 Terminal Strip
F-7954 1 Terminal Strip
( H.3354 1 Transformer (Remote Speaker)
H-3365 2 End Panel Trim
H-3368 2 End Panel Assembly
H-3369 1 Mounting Bracket
L-2120 1 Speaker
L-2161 1 Tube Assembly
S-1200-D 1 Washer
S.1350-F 2 Thumb Nut
CEILING SPEAKER
11-21 301
PART
MOUNTING PANELS AND BAFFLE
No. OTY. DESCRIPTION
L-2130 Ceiling Speaker
Terminal Strip
Transformer
L-2135 Random Pouern Panel (%")
L.2159 Random I'sttern Panel ( %" )
L-2136 Uniform Pattern Panel (46")
L-2158
Incl udes:
Uniform Pattern I'unel ( %") - 1 QTY.
C2673 Retainer Trim
' 1 1 I l I l I l
F.7843 Toggle ~ o l t 1 4 1 4 1 4 1 4
F-7844-B Truss Head, Painted Screw I l J . - l ~ l I l
F7885 Cover Mounting Cl ~ p
1 4 1 4 1 4 1 4
F.7890 Ceiling Tile Assembly
I 1 7 I
Ineludea:
H-3311 Speaker Mounting Plate
11.3313 Perforated Tile - Standard
1 F.7891 Ceiling Tile Amembly - Random
I I
Ineludee:
Same as F-7890 except H-3313 is replaced by:
H-3310 1
F-7942 Ceiling Tile Assembly - Standard (%")
Incl udes:
Same as F-7890 except H-3311 is replaced by:
H.3348 1 Speaker Mounting Plate (%"I
F.7943 Ceiling Tile Assembly - Random (%")
Incl udes:
Same as F-7890 except H.3311 is replaced by:
H-3348 1 Speaker Mounting I'late (%")
and: H.3313 is replaced by:
H.3310 1 Perforated Tile - Random
H-3312 1 Speaker Cover Assembly 1 1 1 1
L-2137 Round, Flush Mount Panel
Inel udes:
F-7885 4 Cover Mounting Clip
F-7941 4 Toggle Bolt (F-780 with paint)
15-3312 1 Speaker Cover Assembly
H.3314 1 Flusln Ceiling BaBle
L-2170 Round Wall Mount Balfle
Incl udes:
F.7985 4 Screw Anchor
H.3374 1 Exterior Ceiling BaRle
PART R-1489
No. DESCRIPTION
R.1446 Stereo Remote Spenker Assemb!~ (I)nrk, 8 ohm)
EX- 400 REMOTE SPEAKER UNITS
11.1458 Stereo Remote Speaker Assenll>ly (I.ight, 8 olnn)
R-1489 Slerea Hernote Speaker Asserrtbly (Constant Voltage1
I \\ . ' 111.
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R-1447
Incl udes:
1 Trim Underlay (not shown)
2 Spmd Clip (not sl,ownl
1 Vent Enclosure Assembly I
Terminal Strip I(~~~.- 1 1 1
Elastic Stop Nut
lnstnllation Chart 1 I I - ! - I
Tack Bumper (not shown) I 1 - ! . . - 1
Inductor I 1 - ! - 1 - . ! . - 1
Acoustical Pad ' 5' 515
(not shown)
2 Front Panel (Side) Trim (notshown)
2 Front Panel ( End) Trim (nutshown)
Hanger Mounting Bolt ' 2
Inatallstion Clnart I 1
Buntper I 2
Sleeve Nut I 1
Switch ' 1
Square Washer 1 1
Plug Button ' I
Terminal Strip ' 1
Wire and Receptacle Assembly
(not shorunJ I I
Wire and Iteeeptaela Assemldy
(not shown) I I
Hanger Bracket (not shown)
1 "AMI" Emblem
I "Stereophonic" Emblem
1 Front Panel Trim (not shown)
1 Front Panel Asoembly (not shown)
4 Sponge Ruljber (not shown)
2 Sponge Rubber (not shown)
2 Sponge Jtubber (not shown)
1 Screen (not shown)
, ( M I
No.
High Frequency Speaker a 2 ' 2 1 2
Trun~former 1
Hanger Stvap ("3rd in packing
and shipping - not shown)
Low Frequency Speaker
Hanger Strap (wed in packing
and shipping-not rhown)
Front I'ancl Assembly (with trim) 1
I
2 -2
DESCRIPTION
I Incl udes: same as R-1447 excent: I I
R.1457 Front Panel Assembly (with trim)
I I
1
H-2248 is omitted
and H-2264 is replaced by:
H-2292 1 "AMI" Emblem
and H-2265 is replaced by:
N-2270 1 "Stereophonic" Emblem
and the followinc are added:
Inel ades: Same as R-1447 except:
H-2264.i. replaced by:
1 :G
"AMI" Emblem 1
and t1-2265 is replaced by:
"Stereophonic" Emblem
and L.1188 is replaced by:
Front Panel Trim
and foliowing are added:
S-2127.D 2 Foamed Tape
S-2127-E 2 Foamed Tape
R-1459 Shell Assembly I
M.2288 1 Tunnel Cover
S-2127-D 2 Foamed Tspe
S.2127.E 2 Foamed Tape
S.2116-P 2 Sponge Rubber
S-2112-B 1 Sponge Rubber
and: L-1188 is replaced hy:
L-1197 1 Front Panel Trim
4
2
dr
2
*
-
dr
1
I I
and: R-1445 is replaced by:
R.1484 1 Front Panel Assembly
:
*
.-
dr
H-1491 Shell Assernhly
R-1492 Front Panel Assembly (with trim)-1
R-1699 Shell Assembly
I 1 I 1
S.2lO.R Capacitor
I 1 1 1 1 1
S-211-B Capacitor I I I L I
S-1200.D Washer
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1 1 - 1 L l
S-1211.J Spacer 1 1- 1- 1' 1
S.2136-B Insulating Tulling I I 1 L I
S-2136.C Insulatinc Tubing I I l L 1
5.2136-E lnsulntinb: Tubing
S.2136.F Insulating Tubing " 1 1 1 1 I
AUXILIARY
EQUIPMENT
AUTOMATI C MUSIC, INC.
The AM1 Automix 45-33 i s a new and advanced turntable, designed tobandle
intermfxingof smoll hol e 33-1/3 RPMrecords and standard 45 RPMrecords wi t h-
out restrictions or exceptions OF ony ki nd.
Thi s mechanism senses, by the size of the hole, which spindle and speed i s re-
qu ired ond makes these adj ustrnents outornaticnl l y os the record is lowered upon
the turntable.
The Autc 33 turntable Feature i s standard equipment
Continenral 2.
on the new
Automix 45-33 turntables ore ovailoble os optional equipment on a13 AM1 juke
lmxer from h e Model G-ZOO through the Continental 1 and Lyri c 1.
To adopt juke boxes already in the field, nothing mare i s required than re-
placement OF the furntable assembly. This turn table mechanism hos been
engineered to provide the simplest kind OF instal tation, on which no modificu-
t i om are required on l he Continental and Lyric. Only very minor modifications
are required for earlier models.
cted to ac
turntable,
- + cL* . , l A
The Aukom berate i n a smooth, trouble-rree
aanner. Reodjuslrne.,, .,,uu,u u, , , 7 ,f ports are worn or machine has
cident or abuse.
However, when readjustment becomer necessary, the Following iltustrations and in-
ForrnatFon indicate points of adjustment and he i r proper positions to insure correct
functioning of turntable. These odiustrnents ore nor complex and shauld prove od-
equate i n correcting diFficulties originating with the turntable mechanism.
1 . Wi t h hub solenaid in praper adjustmen
fop of "E" ring should be 5\8" above sole-
noid frame.
2. Whcn hub i~ i n "down1' positjon, left end
of lever should be I / &' haxi r num below
plunger tip. To achieve proper adjustment,
bend left end OF lever.
"up" position, right
energized and h u b i s i n
end of laver must touch
bearing retainer. Bend right hand end OF
Iever iF necessary.
Center ring must not touch bearing carting
throughout travel of switch arm. To adjust
center ring, loosen nuts underneath switch
ond move switch backward or Farword until
ring i s centered.
When hub i s up, for playing 45 RPM records, idler
must run ON spring of drive shaft wikh minimum OF
one full turn of spring showing below i dl er.
When hub i s down, for 33-1/3 RPMrecords,
Idler must run a minimum OF 1/32" BELOW spring on
drive shaft.
adiust idler: Cooren screws in solenoid
U fmme and cock solenoid to mise or l ower
idler.
Gripper Bow 5 top must be S\&" below top
O F turntnble to insure pmFer placement and
pick-up o f records. To adjust, bend i n
center 05 horizontal member.
Switch must operate and release with the
sensing pin in the hub in as high a position
as possible. Test operction with pin ot neor-
esf and farthest point from switch.
The sensing pin must not t i l t a 5ma11 hole
record. IF i t does, the switch arm has run
out of over-trovel. Bend switch mounting
to lawer operating point of swi tch, should
this condition prevai t .
Gripper Bow Swi tch Wi re r houl d always be centered
i n slot in outer shoe support. Swi tch must operate
within limits o f travel. Should i t fail to do so, bend
wi r e t oo position where switch wi l l operate, being
sure that wi re clears turntable at all points.
EX-600 CYLI NDRI CAL SPEAKER
R-2004-B
PART
No.
PART
NO" Om. DESCRlPTlON
(not shou
Bag (not !
I
ninal St ri Speed Nut 51-3356
I
Includes:
F-7918
1 Transformer and Ter~
Cloth Key
.. . I .
rhown - fa g and
' I
not shown - For pocking and shipping)
7 Chart
ar shippin
pac K l ng
nvelope (
:onnec tior
1
1
1 l erminr
1.
1
? End Panel
2 End Panel
1 Mounting Bracket
1 Speaker
1 Tube Assernbl
1 Washer
2 Thumb Nut
Wire ar
Wire ar
- .
i d Tob Receptacle .
ceptact e
Assembly
Assembly
(not show
(not show .ld Tab Re
> I Strip
F-7920
F -7952
H-C
Wire ond L
Wire and t
Termin<
Tra nsf o
Name Plot, ,,,,,,,,.y
s pring CI i l
ag (Not s
Tri rn
Aaembl y B
Ti e Rod
~t packing I and shipping)
ianger Sfr
rnul tip14
ap (Opkienol Equipment - For
e instal letion)
PART
No. QW. DESCRIPTtON
t-2130 1 Ceiling Spwker
Includes:
F -7W2 1 Terminol Ship
H-3309 1 Transformer
L-2133 1 S ~ e a ker
CEI LI NG SPEAKER
(L-21301
MOUNTING PANELS AND BAFFLE
by:
andom
L-2135 Random Pattern Ponel (!?/El") -
t-21.59 Random Pattern Panel (3/4") -
L-2136 Uniform Pottern Panel (5/8") -
L-2 1 58 Uniform Pattern Panel (3/4") -
Includes:
F-2673 Retainer Trim 1 - 1 . 1 I - 1
F-7843 Toggle Bolt 1 1 4 . ' 4
F-7844-8 Truss Head, Painted Screw I l 1 1 I I
F-7885 Cover Mounfing Cf ip 4 1 4 4 ' 4
F-7890 Ceiling Tile Assembly 1 I
Includes:
F-7844-A 4 Truss H e ~ d Painted Screw
F-7892 4 Polnut
H-3311 1 Speaker Mounting Plate
H-3313 1 Perforated Ti l e - Standard
b
I I
Includes:
F-7885 4 Cover Mounting Clip
F-794 1 4 Toggle Boik (F-7843 with paint)
H-3312 1 $pea ker Cover Assembly
H-3314 1 Flush Ceiling Raffle
L-2170 Round Wall Mount &Iff le
Includes:
f-7985 4 Screw Anchw
H-3374 1 Exterior Cei I ing BofFIe
F-7891 Ceiling Ti l e Assembly - Randarn
Includes:
Same as F-7890 except H-3313 i s replaeed I
H-3310 1 Perforated Tile - RI
F-7942 Ceiling Tile he mbl y - Standard 13/41')
IncIudes:
Some 05 F-789Y3 except H-3311 i s repfaced b :
H-3348 1 7
1 ,
Speaker Mounting P afe (3/4")
F-7943 Ceil ing Tile Assembly - Random 13/49
L-2137 Round, Flush Mount Panel
1
1
E
Includes:
Same as F-J%'O except H-3311 i s replaced b :
H-3348 1 Speaker Mounting !'rate (3/4")
and: H-3313 i s replaced by:
H-3310 1 Perforated Tile - Random
1 1 H-3312 1 Speaker Cover Assembly 1
bins Phi l , R.H.M.S.
( Sams Phillips
Round Head Machine
Screw)
Hex. H$. Cap Scr.
Hmxagon Hsad Cap
Sersw)
Phil. Bd, H.M.S.
(Phillips Binder
Head Machine Sersw)
Phil. R.H.M.S. R.H.M.S.
Phll. Fil. H.M.S.
(Ph41tlps Flllistsr
Hsad Machine Screw)
A B
Ext . L,W. Int. I.*.
(Externat & Internal Tooth
Lock Washars)
Allwn Hdless.
Set Ser.
(Allen Hstldlass Set
Serew)
Phil. 8d. Hd. Self
Tap. Scrmr Typz "F"
(Phillip5 Bindsr Head
bl f Tapping Screw)
Soekct Hd. Cop Scr.
Cup Pt.
(Cup Point)
Oval Pi.
P.K. Drive Scr.,
TypcVU"
(Parker-Ka Ion Drive
Srrsw)
Phil. F.H. Self Tap.
S., Type "Ayy
(Flat Head)
Slotted Hax. Wor l
13.M.S.
Phil. R.H. Self Tap.
S., Type "A"
R.H. Sslf Tap. S.,
P.K. Typc "2 ' "
(Round Head Sslf
Tapping Screw,
Parker-Knlon)
Phll. 0.H. Self t a p.
S., Type "AyS
:awed Hex.
.MS.
Phil. R.H. Self Tap.
S., Type "2' "
Sems Slotted Hex.
Washer H.M.S.
(Ext. L.W.)
(Extsrna 1 Toot h
Lockwar her)
Phil. Pon H.H
Phll. O.H.
(P hi1 l tps Oval
Maehfns Scrmw,
M.S.
Head
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S E R V I C E B U L L E T I ~
AUTOMATI C MUSIC, I MC.
1500 UNION AVENUE. 5. E. . GRAND RAPI DS 2. MICHIGAN . TELEPHONE C HE R R Y 3 - 3 6 3 3
January 21, 1960
B U D T I N NO. 180
Model "KTT
SUBJECT: H-3333-H Speaker Control
This bul l et i n announces t he H-3333-H Speaker Control. This i s a remote
volume cont r ol f o r i ndi vi dual remote speakers.
It i s intended f or use where it i s desi r abl e t o cont rol one speaker independ-
ent l y of any ot hers i n the system.
The cont rol i s housed i n an at t r act i ve case t ha t can be mounted on a wall o r
under a bar. A f i f t y f oot cable i s supplied.
While the H-3333-H is designed as an accessory f o r AMI cyl i ndr i cal speakers,
it w i l l work ~ C t h any speaker having an 8 ohm -- voice coi l .
The attached sheet shows how t he cont rol may be connected t o various types
of speakers.
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c m/hr
Attach.
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S E R V I C E B U L L E T I ~
AUTOMATI C MUSIC, I MC.
-
1500 UNI ON AVENUE. S. E.. GRAND RAPI DS 2. MI CHI GAN . TELEPHONE CHERRY 3 - 3 6 3 3
January 21, 1960
BULLETIN NO. 179
Model "K"
SUBJECT: Beryl l i um Copper Wiper Blades f o r Pul se Convert ers
The wiper bl ades i n t he pul s e conTrerter a r e now bei ng made from
bery1liu;n copper i ns t ead of Elkonium.
Thi s change i n mat er i al produces a s t r onger longer-wearing bl ade.
Pa r t numbers f o r t he new bl ades ar e:
Le t t e r St epper Wiper Blade
l>Iumber St epper Vi per Blade
1
F-8925
Smal l Blade on Le t t e r Search Wiper Ar m
)
Number Search Wiper Blade 1
Large Blade on Le t t e r Search Wiper Ar m
F-3h98
The F-3499 Elkonium bl ade wi l l be continued f o r use i n wa l l box
c r e d i t u n i t s and a s a replacement p a r t f o r Model G, H, I, and J
c r e di t uni t s .
Beryllium copper bl ades shoul d not be used i n c r e d i t u n i t s previ ous
t o t he Model "K" because t h e i r hi gher spr i ng f or ce wi l l make adj us t -
ment d i f f i c u l t .
Be sur e t o or der replacement bl ades by p a r t number.
APPLICATIONS ENGIhEERIa
SI NCE 1909 DESI GNERS. ENGI NEERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF AUTOMATI C MUSI CAL INSTRUMENTS FOR BUSINESS A N 0 I NDUSTRY
AUTOMATI C MUSIC, I NC.
1500 UNION AVENUE. S. E.. GRAND RAPIDS 2. MICHIGAN . TELEPHONE CHERRY 3-3633
January 21, 1960
BULLETIN NO. 178
Model "K!'
SUS.JXCT: Color Code f o r Molded Tubiilar Capaci t or s
One of our major s uppl i er s of capaci t or s, Spragae Product s Company, i s
now furni shl . l q ml l e d t xbul ar capaci t or s i d e n t i 5 e d b3- col or ed baads
i nst . ead of p::in:ed val ves. Other manufacturers may wel l f ol l ow Si ~r aguel s
l ead.
Because of t h i s t rend, we have prei;arec t he e ~ c l o s e d char t which e x p l a i ~ s
t he col or code used f o r molded t ubul ar capaci t or s. Thi s system does not
appl y t o ot her t ypes of c a ~ a ~ i t o r s .
APPLICATIONS ENGINEERING
c L B / ~
At t ach.
SI NCE 130s DESI GNERS. ENGINEERS A N D MANUFACTURERS OF AUi OMnTl C MUSI CAL I NSTRUMENTS FOR BU51NE55 A N D I NDUSTeV
S ~ R V I G ~ B U L L E T I ~
AUTOMATIC MUSIC, INC.
1500 UNI ON AVENUE. S. E.. GRAND RAPI DS 2. MI CHI GAN . TELEPHONE CHERRY 3-3633
January 22, 1960
BULLTTIN NO. 177
Model "KU
SUBJECT: Amplifier Tubes
The tube or i gi nal l y designated 12AX7 i s now produced i n t hr ee versions:
12AX7, ECC83, and 7025.
A l l have the same general char act er i st i cs and
c i r c ui t connections.
The 12AX7 i s a standard general-purpose tube. The ECC83 and 7025 a r e
high qual i t y tubes b u i l t t o rilore r i gi d speci f i cat i ons than the 12AX7.
The ECC83 i s of European manufacture while t he 7025 i s made by RCA.
The European tubes ar e usual l y marked ~ ~ ~ ~ 8 3 / 1 2 1 . ~ 7 " .
This means t hat
t he tube i s an ECC83 but it can be used i n appl i cat i ons cal l i ng f or a
12AX7.
Any c i r c ui t t hat speci f i es a 12AX7 can use a 7025 or an E C C ~ ~ .
7025' s
and ECG83's can be used i n c i r c ui t s cal l i ng f o r ei t her type.
12AX7'~
should not be used where t he 7025' or ECC83 is speciflad.
The i nput st age of our new ampl i fi er r equi r es a 7025 or an ECC83.
A l l
ot her st ages can use general purpose tubes.
I n pr act i ce, we use ECC83's
throughout.
For replacement purposes, ordinary 12AX7's can be used i n those sockets
marked " F; s c ~~/ ~wx ~" . The i nput stages - t he shielded tubes - must
have ECC831s or 7025's.
APPLICATIONS ENGINEERIE
Sl NCE 1909 DESI GNERS. ENGI NEERS A N D MANUFACTUWERS OF AUTOMATI C MUSI CAL INSTRUMENTS FOR BUSINESS A N 0 I NDUSTRY
S E R V I C E B U L L E T I ~
AUTOMATIC MUSIC, INC.
1500 UNION AVENUE. 5. E. . GRAND RAPI DS 2. MICHIGAN
- TELEPHONE C HE R R Y 3 . 3 6 3 3
November 18, 1959
B U D T I N NO. 176
Model nKn
SWJECT: Adjustments f o r t he Model "Kn Record Changer
The new AC t r ansf er motor and new camshaft switches used on Model "Kn record
changers make new adjustment techniques necessary. The fol l ovl ng procedures
w i l l make t he adjustments easy.
Before adjusting any camshaft switch, make s u r e t h e t r ansf er motor i s i n t he
r i ght position. Check as follows.
With the gripper bow over t he turntable, t ur n the camshaft u n t i l t he
crank on t he t r ansf er motor and the sect or gear link ar e i n l i ne.
FIG. I
The tone arm cam and t he cam follower pl at e should be i n t he
r el at i onshi p shown i n Figure 2.
mL 16
FIG.2
SINCE 1909 DESI GNERS. ENGINEERS A N D MANUFACTURERS OF AUTOMATI C MUSI CAL INSTWUMENTB FOR sUSINESS AND INOUSTRI
BULIETIN NO. 176 Page 2.
Sl i de t he t r ansf er motor forward or backward u n t i l t he cam i s i n t he
posi t i on shown. Make a sel ect i on and check the cam. Make sure t he
gripper shoes are f ul l y r et r act ed a t both extremes of t he t r ansf er
cycle. If t he shoes are not f u l l y r et r act ed when t he gri pper bow i s
over t he record magazine, s h i f t the t r ansf er motor s l i ght l y t o t he
rear. Make sure t he motor mounting s cr ew and t he s e t screw i n t he
driven gear ar e =. With t he gripper bow over t he record magazine,
t ur n t he camshaft unt i l t he crank on t he t r ansf er motor s haf t and t he
sect or gear l i nk form a s t r ai ght l i ne.
Unplug t he t r ansf er motor. Back out a l l camahaft switch adj ust i ng screws
sever al turns. Trip t he scan control.
Turn #1 screw i n slowly u n t i l t he t urnt abl e stops and then t ur n t he
screw i n exact l y one t ur n more.
Turn #2 screw i n slowly u n t i l t he record magazine motor starts and
then t ur n t he screw i n exact l y one t ur n more.
Plug a t e s t l i ght - a servi ce l i ght o r t he l i ght on a soldering gun
wi l l do - i nt o t he "t ransfer motor" socket. Turn screw #3 i n u n t i l
t he l i ght goes out and then t ur n it i n exactly 3/4 t ur n more.
Trip t he - even stopping switch. Turn #k screw i n slowly u n t i l t he
toggle shifts and then t ur n t he screw i n one t ur n more.
Release the even stopping switch and t r i p t he odd stopping switch.
Turn screw #5 i n slowly u n t i l t he toggle shifts and then turn t he
screw i n one t ur n more.
With t he gripper bow over t he t urnt abl e, t ur n t he camshaft u n t i l t he crank
on t he t r ansf er motor and t he sect or gear l i nk ar e i n l i ne. (See Figure 1 )
Trip ei t her stopping sni t ch and t urn #6 screw i n slowly unt i l t he
r es et solenoid operates. Then t ur n t he screw i n one t ur n more.
Remove t he t e s t l i ght and plug i n the t r ansf er motor.
APPLICATIONS ENGINEERING