We know that this collection has some gaping holes.
There were separate LBIs for the exciter, the power amplifier, maybe three or more LBIs for the receiver, another one for the control head, speaker and mobile microphone, plus LBIs for any option(s) such as Channel Guard, channel scan, siren/PA, etc. MASTR II) and your Combination Number (from your radio nameplate).
Then go to the appropriate Product Code Index, (for example PC67) and look up the Combination number.
This collection was assembled by merging the personal collections of a number of fine folks plus individual donations from others, none of whom cared about public recognition.
Despite that, here's a public "Thank You" - you know who you are.
something like "LBI page info", "new LBI file donation", "replacement LBI file donation" or something like that.
DO NOT just blindly send the LBI files - please drop a note first. If you are looking for an Ericsson-numbered document then this writeup may help.
In contrast, folks that have a standard narrow single page scanner have to scan the wide pages in multiple scans that you will have to individully print and tape together (or use "stitching" software to merge the individual scans into one wide scan).
If you have problems printing one of the ultra-wide pages please see the comments in the paragraph below (the one titled "You can create...") .
At that time they became EBI for Electronics (Park) Book of Instructions until 1958, which is when the plant moved to Lynchburg.
Among other things, it tells you how to search the index.
The best results come from folks that loans us an actual paper LBI in good condition.