Is your CD player skipping tracks? PC keyboard locking up? Cordless phone full of static? Get those electronic babies up and running perfectly with this handy do-it-yourself introduction to basic home-and-office electronics repair. From audio/video equipment to cameras, cordless and cellular phones, personal computers, and peripherals, it helps everyone (even those with no prior electronics experience) troubleshoot and find solutions. Includes safety tips, easy-to-read schematics, block diagrams, and time-saving information on the most common problems and fixes.
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This second-edition begins with an overview of basic electronic components, common component failures, testing equipment and testing methods. The following ten chapters each focus on a particular device class, with an explanation of the basic functioning of the device followed by some cleaning, troubleshooting and repair information. The final chapter covers general-purpose troubleshooting. While not comprehensive, this resource is valuable for beginners. ( Library Journal 2004-02-01)
by James K. Deane, Library Assistant at the Emporia Public Library, Kansas
An introductory overview of basic electronic components, common component failures, and testing equipment and methods is followed by ten chapters that focus on ten particular device classes, with an explanation of the basic functioning of the device along with some cleaning, maintenance, and repair information. The final chapter covers general-purpose troubleshooting. While not comprehensive, this is valuable for novices. (Library Journal 2004-02-01)
This update of the 1998 edition explains the practical side of electronics--troubleshooting problems, testing, repair, and servicing. Although the reader may not learn all the basics of electronics here, there is certainly a lot to be learned about resolving typical problems with common household items. (Library Journal 2002-11-01)
Puzzled by your PC? Confused by your CD player? Terrorized by your TV?
Victimized by your VCR? Outraged by exorbitant repair shop bills? When
your equipment acts up...don't get mad. Get working! You never again
have to be flummoxed, flustered, or taken for a ride by a piece of
electronics equipment. With this fully illustrated, simple-to-use
guide, you will get a grasp on the workings of the electronic world
that surrounds you and even learn to make your own repairs. Whether
you want to pocket the savings on repair bills, give your beloved
equipment the best possible care, or merely understand how those
contraptions work, this book will show you in easy-to-understand
language and clear illustrations. You don't need any technical
experience. This book gives you: clear explanations of how things
work, written in everyday language; easy-to-follow, illustrated
instructions on using test equipment to diagnose problems; guidelines
to help you decide for or against professional repair; tips on
protecting your expensive equipment from lightning and other
electrical damage; lubrication and maintenance suggestions. This is
the everyperson's guide to electronics designed to help ordinary
electronics users you and me understand, live with, and maybe even
learn to love the technology in our lives.
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Book Description Mcgraw-Hill, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0070246300
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