The full-size photograph on the opposite
glueit to a baseboard of the same dimensions.
low the bottom of the shaft to turnfreely. For spacers, use plywood, Ma-sonite or a couple of hex nuts to eachscrew. Tighten a small black knob onthe shaft.Next four soldering lugs are installed.Tighten one, facing right, under
the position marked "Tie Point." Theother three are fastened loosely at thepoints marked
Theseidentify the connections of the transis-tor:
for base andCforcollector.The two small
brackets for the ear-phone jack are fastened to the baseboardwith small wood screws, and the ear-phone jack itself is secured to thebrackets with
screws and nuts.Last to
installed is the battery holder,which is fastened in place with two smallwood screws.You're now ready for the wiring. Forthis you'll need a small soldering ironof the pencil type, a roll of rosin coresolder, a pair of side cutting pliers, a pairof long-nose pliers and a small spool ofNo.
solid hook-up wire with plasticor push-back insulation. This wire isindicated
blue on the full-size photo-graph. In all cases, after cutting a wireto length, push back or trim off about
of the insulation from each endand bend the ends to
small hooksto fit the holes in the soldering lugs.Begin by soldering the points wherethere
only wire leading into a connec-tion; that is, solder at the upper lug ofthe tuning
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