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INSTRUCTIONS FOR

INSTNLLING AND OPERATING

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MUSICAL INSTRUMENT OF LUALIT'r

FOR STNNDARD BROADCAST, SHORT,WAVE NND
FREQUENCY MODULATION RECEPTION WITH
ELECTRIC PUSH,BUTTON TUNING

PHILCO

MODEL 42,355

Philco Model 42'355 ls an eight,tube superheterodyne radio employing two Philco XXL
tube. It is designed for operation on an alternating current

tubes and the new Philco XXFM
(A.C.) supply line.

The line voltage and frequency of this radio are marked on the name labe1 inside of the
cabinet. Make sure that these correspond with the power furnished your home. If in dou'ot.
check with your local power company.
This radio is designed to operate over three frequency ranges as follows: 5.+O to 1?20
kilocycles (Kc.) for broadcast reception; a band spread range of 9 ro 15.5 megacycles (Mc.)
for reception of American and Foreign short,wave stations; and a range of 42 to 50 megacycles
for reception of the new Frequency Modulation (F.M.) stations.
The scale is calibrated in kilocycles for the broadcast range, in megacycles for the short,
wave range, and in station call numbers for the F.lvl. range. These numbers are part of the call
letters for all F.M. stations.

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29 37 45 53 6r G3 77 a5
93 99
25
33 41 49 57 6s 73 81 Ag
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INSTNLLATION
After unpacking the radio, make sure all the tubes are pressed down 6rm1y. The name
the cabinet will show the relative location of the tubes. The Loktal type tubes may
be removed for replacement by rocking them gently in their sockets until the center locking pin

labe1 inside

is released.

Neither outside aerial nor ground is necessary with this model. The improved Philco
Built'in Broadcast and Short,Wave Antenna System has been employed because of its special
noise'reducing properties and superior short,wave performance
all with piug,in convenience.
For naximum performance in steel rein{orced buildings- and other shielded locations a
Philco outdoor antenna is recommended. If standard broadcast and short,rvave signals do not
require an outdoor antenria, a special Philco Dipole Outdoor Aerial may be used alone. This
Philco Dipole Outdoor Aerial connects in place of the F.M. Built.in Aerial. If an outdoor
antenna is desired for broadcast, short,wave, and F.M. reception, a transformer is supplied to be
uscd in conjunction with the Philco Dipole Outdoor Aerial. This transformer is plugged into

MODEL 42.355

PHILCO

the socket from which the F.M. loop connecting plug has been removed. The transmission
line supplied with the Philco Dipole Outdoor Aerial is then connected to the "Red" and
"B1ack" terminals provided on the transformer can for this purpose. If an outdoor antenna is
desired for standard broadcast and short,wave on1y, a Philco Ourdoor Aerial may be connected
to the "B1ack" terminal of the transformer can.
The Philco Dipolc Or-rtdoor Aerial (Part No. 45.2926), the transformer (Part No.
?6,1316), and the Philco Outdoor Aerial (Part No. 40.6310) may be obtained from your
Philco dealer. A ground conncction is not necessary with eitlrer in.tallation.
Do not locate the set adjaccnt to large metal objccts such as radiators. Reception eficiency
may be decreased if this point is not observed.

OPERATION
operatc the radio, push the particular selector button giving the service desired. This
supplies power to the radio and illuminates the dia1. The radio is turned ofi by pushing the
"OFF" button.
For tuning in the Broadcast Band, push the button labeled "B'DC'ST". To tune in a
station, turn the "Vclume Control" to about one,half its total range and select the station by
rotating the "Tuning" knob.

To

For best reception. tune in tl-rc desired station with the volume turned 1ow. This enables
you to get the exact point at rvhich the station conac i. 1-,..r TL.^ .,li',.t the volurne to the
desired 1evel with the volume control.
The tone may be adjusted by means of the BASS and TREBLE controls. Turn the BASS
Control counter,clockwise to extend the bass range and give more depth of tone.
Turn the TREBLE control clockwise to extend the treble range and give more brilliance
of tone. When a reduction in background noise is desired on distant or short.wave stations,
rotate the treble control in a counter,clock',xrise direction.
For tuning in the Short,Wave Band, push the corresponding button, then proceed the same
as turiing on the Broadcast Band. The band spread enables you to tune short,wave more easily.
Short.wave stations are rcceived on the various sections of the dial according to the fo1low,
ing general time schedule:
Morning
1L.7.l7.0 mc; 15.0,15.5 mc.
A{ternoon9.5,10.8 mc: I 1 .7,12.0 nc.
Night
9.5.10.8
mc.
- nocition. nn the tible will cause a variation in the volume
Trrrnino the cahinel in diflercnt
of reception on weak stiltions. This same directional property will cause an additional reduc,
tion in noise interference in many cases. For marimum performance turn the cabinet until best
reception is obtained. It is suggc'tcd thrt- the c.rbinet be placed on the table for maximum
reception of the weakest station. Reception on the other stations will then generally be
satisfactory.

For F.M. reception, push the button marked "F.M." and select a station by tuning near
the nurnber on the dial corresponding to the desired station call number. The tuning of an
F.M. station is inherenrly broad and for best results it is necessary to tune the set accurately in
the middle of the received signal. Any other setting, such as points of to the sides of the
correct setting may result in distortion and will not give the purity of tone and freedom from
noise for which the set is designed.

ELECTRIC PUSH,BUTTON TUNING
When your set is installed, your Philco dealer will adjust the radio to your favorite broad.
cast stations and will insert their call letters above the station buttons.
To tune the set with the "Push Buttons", simply push the buttori below the desired station
call letters and your station will be tuned instantly. The volume and tone of the program may
be controlled with the VOLLIME. BASS. anC TREBLE Controls.

PHILCO

MODEL 42.355

This set has been designed to receive the sound of a television program tuned in by the
for this purpose. If at any time it is desired to use
this "Television" sound, your Philco Dealer will make the necessary adjustments on the push
button labeled "Te1evision". This button may also be used for playing of phonograph records
frorn a Philco Wireless Record Player.
If at anl' time it is desired to substitute any station received well in your locality for a
station appearing on the call ietter pane1, consult your Philco dealer and have him make the
special type Philco Television Set designed

necessary adjustments.

M
w{Lock fcr this

Em.blent tn uowr

Neig::borhood

SERVICE
For the corrvenience of all radio owners, Philco has developed a plan
for prompt, efficient radio service in every localiry. This plan is known as

"Radio Manufacturers Service". There is a member in your neighborhood
his shop or store can be identifed by the emblem shown here. To nake
sure of guaranteed work, genuine Philco tubes and parts, and standard
prices-call a member of "Radio Manufacturers Service".

WARRANTY
We luarrant eqch n rc Philco Rq.d,io Raceiaer md, Spcaker to be free from cleiects in materi,al onil
uorkmanship unclcr normal use end seruice, ou| obligati.on und,er this uarrwtu being limited, to mqking
good, qt our depot en?J pa1't or pqrts thereof uhi,ch shalt, u,ithin ninekl (00) dous qfter d,eliperu of wch
Recei'aer to the original retai,! pxLrchaser, be rehLrned, to our depot toitlt transportation charges prepaid and,
ufuich our eremiwtim shqll clisclose to er seti,sf octiom, to haua been thus tlcf ectiae; this uarrmta being
erpresshJ in lieu of qll oUter il,arranti* enpressed or tmpliatl, end, of elt other obligations ry li,obi,li,ti,es on
our part and, ue neither asstlnc nu mthui,ze m?l representetiae a'othq.person to asntme lt us anE
other liabilit! in connectim loitlr the sale of Receirers or Speakars.
This tuarrantg shall not appt"u to any Receiuer m Speaker uhich shall haae been repaired or altet-ed
other than bu us in ana Toqu so as, in mr jud,gment, to dffect i,ts stabi,LiLu or reliebilit^, nor uhiclu ltre
been subject to mimse, atgligeuce or accid,ent, mor uhiclt has hqd, the ssioL nuntber altered, effaced, or
rmoaed, Neither shall this warrantll applA to ang Receiaer or Speaker uhith hw be6n cmnected, otheruise thm in accord,ance uith the instrueti,w tumisheil bu us.

Part No. 39-7269-11-5-8-41

Printed

in u. s. A.


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