Museum Hours:

Saturday 10-6

Sunday 12-5

Early Television Museum

Television Technical Data

We now have high resolution service information and schematic diagrams for many pre-1945, postwar black and white, and early color sets posted here. Note: these are very large files. High speed connection suggested. Many of these documents have been scanned by Tom Albrecht. If you have a set you'd like the Sams or Riders scanned for, Tom has agreed to do it, as long as the material is in the public domain (generally pre- 1964 sets). Email your request to the museum, and we will forward it to Tom.

The technical manuals published here are in the public domain. If you need information on newer (post-1964) sets, please contact Sams Technical Publishing.

Pre-1945 Data
Postwar Black and White Data - A to M
Postwar Black and White Data - N to Z
Early Color Data

Scans courtesy of:

1 Tom Albrecht 10 Henk van Veen 19 Charlie Trahan 28 John Kummer
2 David Winter 11 Tom Genova 20 Kevin Kuehn 29 Mark Broyard
3 Bob Andersen 12 Phil Nelson 21 Trevor Cass 30 Brian Cuff
4 Eric Hill 13 Mark Roberts 22 Alec Smecher 31 John Estep
5 Chuck Azzalina 14 Dan Cutler 23 Jerry Proc 31 Max Morgenthaler
6 Heny Boyars 15 David Holland 24 Paul Knaack 32 Bob Dobush
7 John Folsom 16 Miles Steuding 25 Tim Moritz 33 John Estep
8 Sean Barton 17 Ross Baur-Sanborn 26 Ingo Kubbe 34 Doug McDonald
9 John Yurkon 18 David Goodling 27 Roy Compton