This guide to troubleshooting and repairing electronic circuits without schematic diagrams has been revised to be part of the TAB Electronics Technician Library, with special troubleshooting flowcharts added.
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One of the most trusted names in consumer electronics helps you solve one of its most nagging problems In this thoroughly updated new edition of his best-selling guide, Homer Davidson, one of the most repsected and prolific authors in the field of consumer electronics, provides experienced, hands-on information and advice on how to troubleshoot and repair a wide range electronic units-when you don't have the benefit of schematic diagrams. Davidson, who actually ran his own successful radio and TV repair business for more than 40 years, shows you how to diagnose and solve the circuit problems that commonly occur in audio amps, auto receivers, boom-boxes, and more. Included are more than 400 detailed drawings and photographs that illustrate the most efficient methods for locating, testing, and repairing defective components. In addition, Davidson offers: A list of typical mechanical problems that can crop up in each type of electronic unit; A corresponding chart that points out where to check for those problems in a given unit; An abundance of all-new case histories that demonstrate how repairs have actually been made; Instruction on how to tackle "tough dog" problems; Indispensable to today's professional electronic repair technicians, this goldmine of practical guidance will also prove highly useful to electronic engineers, sophisticated hobbyists, and advanced students of electronics.
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Book Description Tab Books, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0070157650
Book Description Tab Books, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 2. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0070157650
Book Description Tab Books, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110070157650