TV Repair for Beginners

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McGraw Hill Professional, 1998 - Technology & Engineering - 376 pages
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With a minimum of technical jargon, this best-selling guide shows and tells you how to troubleshoot and repair the most common TV problems—and avoid expensive repair bills! Even if your previous technical experience is limited to clicking the remote, this book can show you how to pinpoint your TV's problem and fix it—using just a few basic tools. This revised edition features a wealth of timely and practical new material on upgrades, too. You get information on universal remote transmitters, stereo TV, digital controls, new color circuits and picture tube sizes, and installing digital satellite receivers. A new "Symptoms and Causes" chapter makes troubleshooting quicker and easier than ever.

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Contents

How a TV receiver works
21
Color TV and how it works
69
Coloronly sections
97
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Homer L. Davidson is one of the best-selling electronics authors of all time, with over 35 technical books and more than 1,000 magazine articles to his credit. He lives in Fort Dodge, Iowa.

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