# Any online Schematic Exchange sites?

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#### jamieson

Jan 1, 1970
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Occasionally I have need of the odd schematic, mainly for transistor radio
(am, am/fm, shortwave etc), sets.
As a hobby collector of these types of sets I do have a small number of
schematics for these same types of radios including Kenwood, Icom and
Grundig GE SR3 etc. as well as a number of diagrams from Sams Photofact
editions No's 7, 11,13 and 15.
'Just curious if there was such a site to anyone's knowledge. My own search
turned up very little in this regard.
Thanks

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#### N Cook

Jan 1, 1970
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jamieson said:
Occasionally I have need of the odd schematic, mainly for transistor radio
(am, am/fm, shortwave etc), sets.
As a hobby collector of these types of sets I do have a small number of
schematics for these same types of radios including Kenwood, Icom and
Grundig GE SR3 etc. as well as a number of diagrams from Sams Photofact
editions No's 7, 11,13 and 15.
'Just curious if there was such a site to anyone's knowledge. My own search
turned up very little in this regard.
Thanks

This was my first foray onto the WWW in 1995 (still in the transfered Deja
archives) , from an internet cafe, before digging out a modem, the next week
and getting "connected"
tput=gplain
Its like car-sharing, good in theory , but usually fails for practical
reasons.
List them and put them on the internet somewhere so others can contact you
and go from there

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#### Heinz Schmitz

Jan 1, 1970
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N said:
List them and put them on the internet somewhere so
others can contact you and go from there

The average researcher would probably not go farther
than the 15th google page . Most people would probably
not even search for the odd schematic on the web, because
chances are high it's not there.
Moreover, schematics are available from sellers for about
10 US$. One may even be lucky at eBay and save a buck. Much as I would like to exchange manuals, I doubt if we can come up with a method to beat a 10$ buy.

Regards
H.

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#### 427Cobraman

Jan 1, 1970
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Occasionally I have need of the odd schematic, mainly for transistor radio
(am, am/fm, shortwave etc), sets.
As a hobby collector of these types of sets I do have a small number of
schematics for these same types of radios including Kenwood, Icom and
Grundig GE SR3 etc. as well as a number of diagrams from Sams Photofact
editions No's 7, 11,13 and 15.
'Just curious if there was such a site to anyone's knowledge. My own search
turned up very little in this regard.
Thanks

Try the manual_exchange yahoo group. Bunch of radio enthusiasts
there. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/manual_exchange

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