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Teletype ASR 35 Documents.

Back in the mid 1970's my brother and I bought a fully working ASR 35 Teletype for £25! This was my only method of printing from any of the electronics and computers that I had at the time. It came with what I beleive is the full documentation and the pdf files (searchable) are presented here.

The ASR35 Teletype was a floor standing version of the ASR33 desk top Teletype, however they have very little in common other than that they both printed to reels of paper, and punched and read 8 hole paper tape. This is a truly amazing machine to see in action.

You are welcome to download and use these documnets for your own personal use, but not to upload them to another website.

  1. The main document - General Description etc. (This is a large document at over 55Mbytes).
  2. Parts.
  3. The adjustments.
  4. The Motor Units.
  5. Various drawings
  6. Various documents - drawings, circuits etc.
  7. and finally, the full circuit diagram.

I hope these are helpful to someone out there - I would recommend that you download the pdfs and view them with Adobe Acrobat as opposed to trying to view them with your web browser.
Colin Hinson.

If you have any comments, complaints, suggestions, requests etc, please drop me a line via my Genuki email page.

Page last updated 17th February 2018 by Colin Hinson.