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Do you need a schematic diagram for your USA made antique radio. Good. We specialize in schematic diagrams and electronic circuit service information for old vintage tube radios. We carry schematics for American made Philco, RCA Victor, Zenith, Westinghouse, Motorola, Admiral, Emerson, General Electric / GE, Sparton, Stromberg-Carlson, Airline, Crosley, Emerson, etc. Please see below for a complete list of brands.

We carry complete pre-WWII Factory Service Information for brands such as RCA, GE General Electric, Crosley, Zenith, Philco and Motorola. Also, schematics and service data from Riders Troubleshooter's Manuals, Beitman Supreme Radio Diagrams, Gernsback Official Wiring Diagrams and Original Factory Service Manuals.

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Easy… email us 4 things …make, chassis and/or model number, approximate year and country where your old tube radio was made. We will let you know if we have schematic. Cost per schematic is $8.00 US or $10.00 Canadian ppd. Canadian residents please add the applicable HST/GST. Checks, MO or PO are fine and should payable to:
Dave and Babylyn Cantelon
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Scarborough, Ontario
Canada, M1W 1C2

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A

Addisons which are very collectible in the United States, were made in Toronto, Ontario, Canada in the 1940's and 50's. For those or you who restore or collect these beauties, we have compiled a manual of Complete Addison Service Information.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Admiral was founded as the Continental Radio and Television Corporation in1934 by four investors who sold their belongings to raise capital. With good sets at affordable prices Admiral ranked # 5 in sales in the late 1930's. Unfortunately, because of off shore competition the company was forced to close in 1979.

 

 

 

 

Airline was the brand name of Montgomery Ward's radio line. Airlines were 2'nd only to Sears Silvertone in mail order sales. Airline sets were made by several companies for Wards, including Wells-Gardner, Davidson-Hayes and US Radio and TV Corp.

ABC Radio Laboratories
AC Dayton
Ace
Acme Apparatus
Acratest
Adaptol
Admiral
Advance
Aeromotive Equipment
Aero Products
Aero-Metal
Aetna
Affiliated Retailers
A.H. Grebe
Airadio
Air Castle
Air Chief
Airline
Air King
Airadio
Airtone
Alamo
Alden
Algene Radio
All American Mohawk
Allen B. Dumont Labs.
Allied Purchasing
Allied Radio
Altec Lansing
Ambassador Distributor
American Bosch
American Communications
American Foundation For Blind
American Merri-lei
American Motors
American Transformer
Ampro
Amrad
Andrea
Ansley
Apex
Appel and Henderson
Approved Electronic Instrument
Arborphone
ArcArcadia
Argus
Aria
Ariel
Arkay
Art
Arvin
Atchison
Atwater Kent
Associated Merchandising ( AMC )
Atlas Coil Winders
Atlas Supply
Audar
Audiola
Austin
Autocrat
Automatic Radio
Automotive Equipment
Avalon
Aviola
Aztec

B

Baldwin, Nathaniel and Co.
Baird
Balkeit ( 1st National )
Balkite Products
Barker Bros.
Bell Disc
Belle
Belmont
Bendix
B.F. Goodrich
Black Hawk / Blackhawk
Bogen, David
Bosch
Brandes
Bremer-Tully
Bernard
Breting
Brewster
Brunswick
Browning Drake
Browning Laboratories
Brunswick Division - Mersman Bros.
Brunswick - Balke - Collender
Brush
Buckingham
Buick Motor
Bulova Watch
Bush and Lane Piano
Butler Brothers

C

The Crosley company was founded in 1921 by Powel Crosley. He believed he should offer the consumer a good quality set at the lowest possible price. He called his sets the "Model T's" of radios. In 1923 Crosley bought out Precision Equipment. The company enjoyed success until the late 1920's.

C.R.C. / CRC
C.R. Leutz
Cable Nelson
Cadillac
Calvert Motor Associates
Capehart - Fansworth
Capitol
Carr-Nagy
Carter Genemotor
Case Electric
Cavalcade
CBS - Columbia
Century
Champion
Chancellor
Charles Hoodwin
Chevrolet
Cities Service Oil Co. ( Cisco )
Clago
Clarified Schematics
Clarion
Cleartone
Climax Radio and Television
Clipper
Coast to Coast
Colin B Kennedy
Collins Audio
Colonial
Columbia Phonograph
Columbia
Commonwealth
Concord
Consomello
Continental Electronics
Continental Radio and Television Corporation
Continental Wireless Supply
Corona
Coronado
Coronet
Courier
Crane
Crescent
Cromwell
Crosley
Chrysler
Custom Built Radios Co.
Crystal

D

Dayfan
Dayrad
David Bogen
David Grimes
DeForest / De Forest
Delco Radio Div. General Motors
DeSoto
Detrola
DeWald
Dictograph
Dodge
Dual Engineering
Dumont Labs / Du Mont

E

Emerson was founded in 1923. To keep prices low during the depression, they began to produce "midget" radios and consistently geared their sales to lower income customers. Their marketing strategy worked and Emerson became one of the leaders in sales.

Earl
Echophone
Eckenroth
Ecko
Eckstein
Edison, Thomas A
Edison Bell
Edwards FM Radio
Electrad
Electric AutoLite / Auto Lite
Electric and Automotive Products
Electrical Research Laboratories (ERLA)
Electric Specialties Export
Electro Acoustic / Acoustical
Electromatic
Electronic Corp. of America (ECA)
Electronic Laboratories
Elkon
El-Rey
Emerson Radio and Phonograph
Emor
Empire Designing
Empire
Erla
Espey
Everready
Experimenter's Information Service

F

Fada
F.A.D. Andrea
FairBanks Morse
Fansteel
Farnsworth
Farrand
Federal
Federated Purchaser
Fenway
Ferguson ( Champion )
Ferranti
Ferrar
Firestone Tire and Rubber
First National
FJ Fitzgerald
Flush Wall
FM / F.M. Specialties
Fonotalk
Ford Motor Car
Fordson
Franklin
Freed-Eisemann
French, Jesse and Sons Piano Co.
Freshman, Charles
Frost Minton
Fulton

G

General Electric began making radios in 1919 and marketed them through RCA until 1930, when they started to use their own GE trademark on their sets.

Galvin (Motorola)
Gamble-Skogmo
Garod
Garrard
Gates
General Electric / GE / G.E.
General Electronics
General Household Utilities ( Grunow )
General Implement
General Instruments
General Motors Radio
General TV and Radio
George W. Walker
Gilfillan Bros.
Globe
BF Goodrich ( Mantola )
GoodYear Tire and Rubber ( Goodyear Service )
WW Grainger
Granco
W. T. Grant
Grantline
Gray and Danielson
Graybar (Old RCA)
AH Grebe
Grigsby - Grunow
David Grimes
Gulbranson

H

Hallicrafters
Halson
Hamilton
Hammarlund
Hammarlund-Roberts
Hammond Instrument
Harold Shevers
Harris
Hatry and Young
Herbert H Horn
Hetro
Heath
Hickok / Hickock
High-Frequency Laboratories
Hitachi
Hoffman
Charles Hoodwin
Herbert H. Horn
Howard
Hudson
Hudson-Ross

I

Imperial
Industrial Electronic
Insuline / ICI
International Detrola
International
Interocean
Interstate Stores Buying
Interstate Home Equipment

J

JE Jenkins and S.E. Adair
JP Seeburg
Jackson Bell
Jackson
Jackson Research Laboratory
Jefferson Travis
Jesse French Export
Jewel
John Meck
John F. Rider

K

Kaar
Kadette
Kaiser-Frazer
The Kappler
Karadio
Kaar
Keller Fuller
Kellog Switchboard and Supply
Kennedy, Colin B.
Kent
Kernwood
Ketay
King
Kingston
Knight
W. T. Knott
Kodel
Kolster
Kraft
Krakauer Bros.
Krohler
Kylectron

L

L and L Electric
L. Tatro
RE Lacault
Lafayette
La Magna
La Salle
Lang
Larkin
Laurehk
Leander
Lear
Lear-Wuerful
CR Leutz
Lewol
Lewyt
Lincoln
Loftin - White
Lytle and Canon
Lyric

M

Motorola was the brand name used by Galvin Manufacturing which was founded by Paul Galvin in 1928. Galvin started out making power supplies and then branched into auto and home radios, becoming one of the largest producers in the USA.

Macy
Madison Moore
Majic Tone
Magna
Magnavox
Maguire
Majestic
Major Laboratories
PR Mallory
Mantola
Marconi
Marconiphone
Mark Simpson
Mathematics
Marti
Masco
Master
Mayo
McMillan
McMurdo Silver
John Meck
Mectron
Megard
Meissner
Mercantile
Micro
Midland
Mid-West / Midwest ( Miraco )
Milwaukee Stamping
Minerva
Minstrel
Mission Bell
Mitchell
Mohawk
Molded Insulation
Monarch
Monitor Equipment
Montgomery Ward ( Airline )
Moto-Meter Gauge and Equipment ( Motovox )
Motorola
William J. Murdock
Musette
Musique

N

Nash-Kelvinator
Nassau
Nathaniel Baldwin
National Accoustical
National Carbon / Transformer / Union / Service/ Co-Operatives / Page
National
National Cooperatives
Noblitt Sparks (Arvin )
Norco
Norden-Hauck
Northeastern Engineering
Northern

O

Oak Manufacturing
Oldsmobile Division, GM
Olympic
Operadio
Orthon
Ozarka

P

Philco was born in 1906 as the Philadelphia Storage Battery Company, a maker of batteries and power supplies. In 1927, Philco made its first receivers and from there grew to be one of the largest of all wireless manufacturers.

Pacent Engineering
Pacent Reproducer
Pacific
Pacific Radio Exchange
Packard Bell
Packard Moter Car
Pailco
Panatrope
Paramount
Parker McCrory / Mc Crory( Parmak )
Pathe
Patterson
Peerless
Pentron
Perfectone
Peter Pan
Philco Radio and Television Corporation
Philharmonic
Phillips Petroleum
Chrysler-Philco
Desoto - "
Dodge - "
Ford - "
Graham - "
Hupmobile - "
Lincoln - "
Nash - "
Packard - "
Pierce Arrow / Airo "
Plymouth - "
Reo - "
Studebaker - Philco
Philharmonic
Phillips Petroleum
Pierson - De Lane
Pierce - Airo
Pilgrim
Pilot
Pioneer
Pin-It-Up
Pla-Right
Plaza Music
Plymouth
Polo
Pontiac Division
Port-O-Matic
Porto Products
Porto-Server
P.R. Mallory
Precision
Premier Crystal Labs.
Privat-Ear
Promenette
Pure Oil
Purotone

Q

 

R

RCA was formed in 1919 and soon became one of the largest distributors of radios. RCA was a pioneer of early broadcasting and began the National Broadcasting Company (NBC). Their mascot "Nipper" was featured in many logos listening at the horn of "his master's voice".

R.C.A. Victor / RCA / RCA Victor
RE LaCault
RK Radio Laboratories
RH Macy
RP
Radiart
Radiette
Radio Chassis
Radio Circular
Radio Craftsmen
Radio Engineering
Radio Kits / Displays /
Radio Mfg. Engineers
Radio Products and Spiegel
Radio Receptor
Radio and Telev.
Radio Vision
Radio Wire Television
Radiobar
Radiola
Radionic ( Chancellor )
Radiotrope
Radolek
Rauland
Ray-Energy
Raymond Rosen
Raytheon
Readrite Meter Works
Reese Mace ( John Wanamaker )
Regal
Remler
Renard
Republic
Revere
Rexel
RGH
Rim
Robert - Lawrence
Roberts
Rocke International
Rod
Roots Auto Radio
Royal
Rudolph Wurlitizer
Russel
Ryan

S

Sparton (Sparks-Withington) began making radios in 1926. Their introduction of Deco-styled radios in the 1930's make Spartons very popular among Deco collectors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stromberg-Carlson was formed in 1894 to produce telephone equipment. Soon they were making radio parts and by 1923 complete units. Stromberg Carlson was well known for its' commitment to quality its products often called the "Rolls Royce" of radio.

Samson
Sargent - Rayment, E. M.
Savil
E. H. EH Scott
Scott Transformer
Scematic, Scamatic
Sea Pal
Searle Aero
Sears Roebuck ( Silvertone )
Seeburg
Seiberling Rubber
Sentinel / Sentinal
Setchell Carlson
Shamrock
Sheridan
Shelly
Short Wave
Harold Shevers ( Gotham )
Signal
Silver King
Silver Marshall
Silvertone
Simmons
Simplex
Skamatic, Skematic
Sky Chief
Sky-Rover
Skyscraper
Sleeper, M.B.
Sobol
Solar
Sonar
Sonora
SoundView Marine
Sparks Withington ( Sparton )
Sparton
Spiegal (Air Castle)
Spiegels
Splitdorf
Standard Radio Corporation
Stanley Service Station
Star Raider
Stark Sound
Steinite
Stenode Radiostat
Sterling
Stewart Warner
Story and Clark
Stratfield
Stromberg Carlson
Studebaker
Supertone
Supreme Instruments
Supreme
Symphony
Sylvania

T

Taffet
L. Tatro
Telechron
Tele-King
Telecoin
Teletone Tele-Tone
Temple
Templetone
Texan
Thomas A. Edison
Thordarson
Thorens
Todd Electric
Tradio
Transformer Corp. of America
Transvision
Trav-Ler / Traveler
Transitone
Triangle
Triplett
Tropic-Aire
Troy
True Value
Truevolt
Turner
Tyrman

U

Ultramar
United American Bosch and Fred M. Link
United Motors Service (Delco)
United Air Cleaner
United States Electric
United Reproducers
Universal
U.S. Electric
U.S. Radio and Television Corp. (Apex, Gloritone)
US Television Mfg. Co.

V

Valley Electric
Van Dyke
Victor
Viewtone
V-M
Voco
V-Lectrical

W

Westinghouse sold it line through RCA until 1930. Westinghouse is well known for its slogan "You Can Be Sure if it is a Westinghouse".

Walgreen
Walker, George W.
Waltham
War
Ware Manufacturing
Wards
Warner
Warwick
Watterson
WB Sleeper
Webster-Chicago
Webster Electrical
Wells-Gardner
Western Air Patrol
Western Auto Supply ( TrueTone )
Western Auto of California (Coronado)
Western Royal
Western Electric
Western
Westinghouse
Weston
Westone
Wextart
Wholesale
Wilcox-Gay
Willard Storage Battery
William J. Murdock
Wirecorder
Woolaroc
WT Grant
WT Knott
Wurlitzer, The Rudolph

Y

 

Z

Zenith began as Chicago Radio Labs in 1918. The name "Zenith" came from the station call letters of its founder - 9ZN. Zenith black dial sets of the 1930's are highly sought today.

Zaney-Gill
Zenith
Zephyr

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