This textbook bridges the gap between the sometimes overly simple VCR repair guides aimed at the average do-it-yourself and the highly technical manuals designed for use by experienced radio and TV bench technicians. Complete coverage includes both the qhow'sq and qwhy'sq of maintaining VHS VCRs, as well as discussion of the practical aspects of interfacing with VCR repair customers. Everything from reading schematics, to use of test equipment, to tips for protecting the VCR and the technician during servicing are included. The reader-friendly style, supported by numerous photos and illustrations and a comprehensive glossary of acronyms and abbreviations, makes this book ideal for use by today's electronics students.1.5V . Single cell a#39;batteryaquot; Incandescent bulb 1.5V . Single cell aquot;batteryaquot; O Off No current flow FIGURE 8.4 Single-cell flashlight schematic diagrams. language, ... A schematic diagram is much easier to draw and work with than a drawing of the actual flashlight components. ... A 12-volt battery is the common source. Circuitanbsp;...
|Title||:||Practical VCR Repair|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 1995|