Auto Radio Dealer's Manual - 1940
5-1/2" x 8-1/2", 24 pages, printed in black and white, contains some illustrations. Intended as a dealer-only manual. The "Foreword" page of this manual describes its purpose as follows: "A great many factors influence the customer's appreciation of his radio. Most of these factors are actually external to the radio and the fore-part of this booklet provides a simple explanation of the effect of such factors on the performance of an auto radio. A check of any radio service station will show that the majority of radio troubles are of a minor nature. Nearly all of the radio complaints encountered in a Car Dealer's Service Department can be corrected by using the explanations and procedures of this booklet. Read this manual. It will help you to reduce radio complaints and to give prompt and efficient service. Your customer DEPENDS on you for SERVICE." Contains much useful information about 1940 Delco radios. Discusses what to expect of a radio, manual tuning, push button tuning, tone control, antenna, fading, automatic volume control, noises (electrical disturbances), installation, complaint analysis, minor repairs, tubes, fuses, vibrators, wheel static, generator noise, spark noise and much more! A very informative piece of 1940 Delco literature.
|Author:||Delco Radio Division of General Motors Corporation|
|Donor or Source:||David M. Landow|
|Cost of Reproduction:||$25.00|
|Cost of Original Document:||There are no originals of this item available.|