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Where is the HiFi Switch shown on the Schematic? 

See pic of switch. 

thx

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Between the expander and 3rd AF amp. 

I still do not see it on the schematic.  Should be shown coming off the 2 plates of the 3rd AF tube.

Scott Seickel said:

Between the expander and 3rd AF amp. 

Not super clear but mostly where to look on the schematic:

Well, chances are that you don't have the correct version of the schematic.  If it is the one dated 1939, it is wrong for this set.   I can't find an early dial pointer schematic in the archives and this clip that Kent posted is from a schematic that I can't locate in my own files....

thx.  

Kent King said:

Not super clear but mostly where to look on the schematic:

Oh, you are right, this diagram isn't in the archive...I need to clean it up a bit and I will add it, hopefully this evening after work. Sorry about that...

Kent

Scott Seickel said:

Well, chances are that you don't have the correct version of the schematic.  If it is the one dated 1939, it is wrong for this set.   I can't find an early dial pointer schematic in the archives and this clip that Kent posted is from a schematic that I can't locate in my own files....

I posted the early (1937) diagram this evening.

Kent

Kent,

Where exactly is it located? 

I looked under Scott Info Archive/Philharmonic and did not see it there...

Kent King said:

I posted the early (1937) diagram this evening.

Kent

That's the place, it is "Early Phil sch - clean":

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1pDEzCZvbTF0x-9SCse6J5Qzc-wvtrKWm/v...



Jay Forbes said:

Kent,

Where exactly is it located? 

I looked under Scott Info Archive/Philharmonic and did not see it there...

Kent King said:

I posted the early (1937) diagram this evening.

Kent

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