The Television Servicing Manual was written in 1949 in the hope that it would supplement the existing literature on the subject of televisor service work. It must, of course, be stressed that the inexperienced radio constructor or the beginner in radio should not attempt to repair a faulty televisor. A single mistaken move could cause very serious damage, whilst a working television set, with the E.H.T. circuits exposed, must always be regarded as a lethal machine, capable of killing. Nevertheless, the experienced man can, at least, cure many smaller troubles, but must always be borne in mind that the guarantee given with a receiver is made void if work is done on the set by any other than an engineer recognised by the manufacturers as capable of performing, and licensed for, the work.
The book has some wear to all edges and corners and the cover has general marks and dust soiling. Inside, there are breaks at the front and rear end papers but the binding remains sound. A number of pages are dog-eared at the top and page 47 is torn and chipped at the edge. A few foxing spots have affected the text block edge and front end papers.