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Old 08-13-2002, 11:55 AM
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List of Books

Softbacks; the first is a Rider, the rest Sam's

Servicing Verticle & Horizontal Output Systems( Harry E. Thomas 1954)
Servicing UHF TV (John D.Lenk 1965)
Television Service Training Manual 2nd edition (Edward F.Rice 1971[63,66,68])
TV Servicing Made Easy (Wayne Lemons 1968 1st edition 6th printing[62])
TV Servicing Made Easy (Wayne Lemons 2nd edition 1st printing 1971)

Hardbacks; These seem to be textbooks

Radio and Television Circuits (by the Technilcal Staff of Coyne Electrical School 1958 edition [55])
Television Servicing 3rd Edition (Walter H Buchsbaum 1950,54,58)
Radio,Television and Sound System Repair An Introduction (Joel Goldberg 1978)

I also have a stack of hardbacks that range from Basic Electronics to E.E. texts and math for radio etc published from the late 20s through the mid 70s, but the ones above are about TV and some specific to TV.
I buy these types of books to try and preserve them for someone who would use them as they seem to be getting about as scarce as the old TVs are.
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Old 08-13-2002, 04:29 PM
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I appreciate you posting the list of TV related books you have. I don't see anything I need there but perhaps someone else might.

I have one of the books.

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Old 08-14-2002, 12:06 AM
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They are not going anywhere but up in the attic. Anyone wants one of these contact me.
I am not going to break even, but that is not the point.
Have a good time!
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