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Canada 1953 LENGTHS: 6 INCHES TO 10 FEET ?Lew TV SERVICE CRADLE SPEEDS REPAIRS BIGGER SERVICE BRINGS PROFITS PAYS FOR ITSELF WITH LABOR SAVINGS ON FIRST FEW JOBS TEL -A -TURN ends in- repair damage. propping and struggling with hard to handle TV chassis. Holds sets up to 200 lbs. and 9" to 25" wide. Places every component in sight and reach. Built -in speaker, outlets, cheater cord, pilot light and switch. Stand and bench models. Ideal too for servicing record changers, amplifiers and other electronic equipment. See TEL -A -TURN at your jobber or write today for free details. Dept. RN-59 ROGERS LINDSEYÇOMIO, U.S.A. reference when defective transistor radios come along. Circuit components, component connections, and printed- circuit wiring are the first items checked in a suspected stage, of course. Only after these have been examined should the transistor itself be checked. Transistor Tests Certain facts about a transistor can best be determined by leaving that transistor mounted in its circuit. This is a blessing in troubleshooting, especially where the transistor leads are soldered into the circuit. In Fig. 6A some facts about the internal construction of an n -p-n transistor are highlighted. Note that it may be regarded as two diodes back -to- back -an n -p emitter -to -base diode and an n -p col - lector -to-base diode. It is common to refer to these as simply the collector diode and the emitter diode. To test for individual diode action, simply check for a front -to-back resistance ratio on each diode, using an ohmmeter. The best scale to use is easily found by experience and is determined by the transistor type and resistance values in the external circuit. The general rule is to start on the R x 100 scale and never use the R x 1 or R x 10.000 scale for low -power transistors (r.f., converter, i.f., etc.). Most ohmmeters are capable of drawing up to 100 ma. current on the R x 1 scale with a 1.5 -volt internal battery and have 15 ohms of series resistance internally ( I = 1.5/15 = .100 ampere). This is too much for some of the small transistors. In addition, the v.o.m. type meters sometimes switch in a 22.5 -volt battery on the R x 10,000 range, making that scale undesirable for this application since the voltage rating of the transistor may be exceeded. In- Circuit Test Example: Turn radio off, set meter on R x 100 range, and place it between base and collector elements. See Fig. 6B. Note resistance. Then reverse the ohmmeter leads and again check base -to- collector resist. ance. The reading should change. If, however, this is an audio stage (medium -power transistor) and the reading is near the low end of the scale during both checks, switch to the next lowest range (R x 10 or R x 1) and try again. This is permissible with most audio transistors, since they are not likely to be damaged, and the lower circuit resistances in audio stages make it necessary to use the lowest ranges in some cases. The next step is to check the emitter - to -base diode in the same manner, as shown in Fig. 6. If no change in resistance takes place as the leads are reversed in each case, one of the leads in the transistor may be open. However, before the transistor is discarded, a final check is always made with the transistor removed from the circuit. Another check is to make certain that the transistor is not shorted between emitter and collector. See Fig. 6B. Start on the R x 100 scale and work down in range until a short is ELECTRONICS WORLD

5557;7 6885 ruled out. This will not damage even the low -power transistors. When removed from the circuit, most low -power transistors read over 5000 ohms on this test, medium -power transistors over 500 ohms, and power transistors over 50 ohms. The readings will be lower in the circuit, but should not show a complete short. Power transistors, although not used in most portables, should be checked according to manufacturers' recommendations. They usually have to be removed from the circuit due to the low circuit resistances involved. Unlike tubes, transistors rarely fail and should not be suspected first. Because of close proximity of connections in most transistor radios, more circuit shorts and loose connections are found than defective transistors. Also, due to the miniaturized i.f.'s and capacitors, a greater percentage of these parts are found defective in portables. Summary 1. Check the batteries under load. 2. If signs of instability are noted - oscillation, whistles, motorboating, or slight howl on stations -substitute good capacitors across the miniature electrolytics. 3. Isolate trouble to a section or stage. 4. Take voltage readings in the stage or stages suspected and compare with schematic for the radio. 5. When voltage irregularities are found, check other components in the ICRO ELECTRON TUBE INTRODUCES FOR THE FIRST TIME ANYWHERE A SELECT STOCK OF USED TUBES AT A FABULOUS LOW PRICE circuit and look for poor connections. 6. Check the transistor itself. The main thing is to approach the radio with confidence. Use reasonable care but do not become paralyzed by the fear of damaging components. If one does become damaged by excessive heat or voltage, it will be so rare an occurrence that it probably will have paid for itself many times in the knowledge and self- confidence gained prior to the mishap. Good luck in keeping those customers' pockets filled with music, news, and ball games. -30- CBS -HYTRON EXPANDS TRANSISTOR COURSE A NEW revised and expanded edition of the CBS- Ilvtron "Transistor 11 Study Course" includes the latest information on transistor devices and applications. Broadly designed for technicians and engineers, the course includes ten lessons ranging from basic transistor theory to servicing techniques for amplifiers, oscillators, rectifiers, and deflection circuits, with a number of practical experiments outlined. Expanded to cover 20 per -cent more material than the original version, the revision retains such features as the doit- yourself approach, lesson -by- lesson separation of subject matter, and correction and advisory service. Descriptive folder PA -276, detailing the contents of the course, is available f distributors or may be obtained by writing to CBS - Ilytron Advertising Service, Parker Street, Newburyport. Mass. 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