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Reprint of the 1949 instruction booklet and complete service data now available

Circa 1949, the 3" Pilot TV was the first television to be offered for less than $100.00. The advertising was heavily targeted to college students and sold for $99.95. It had a continuous tuner and tuned
channels 2 -13 in two bands.

This little set is not rare but the instruction manual is very hard to come by. I have carefully digitally re-mastered it for a quality reproduction with a card stock cover high quality paper for the pages.




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Reprint Replica Items Available:

< Compliment your TV-37 with this very nice, high quality reprint of the owners manual.

Owners instruction book:16 pages, card stock cover, 5 1/2 X 8 1/2" format.

SERVICE DATA; a 32 page complete service manual. This manual is a re-mastered reprint of the "SAMS" and "Rider" service manuals which includes circuit descriptions, pictorials of the component locations, parts lists and alignment instructions. 8 1/2 X 11" format including 11 X 17" fold-out pages of the schematics. Nicely comb bound for convenient use with card stock covers.
 

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