Troubleshooting and Repair Guide to TV

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Prompt Publications, 1997 - Reference - 263 pages
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The Howard W. Sams Troubleshooting & Repair Guide to TV is the most complete and up-to-date television repair book available. Included in its more than 200 pages is complete repair information for all makes of TVs, timesaving features that even the pros don't know, comprehensive basic electronics information, and coverage of common TV symptoms.
This repair guide is illustrated with useful photos, schematics, graphs, and flowcharts. It covers audio, video, technician safety, test equipment, power supplies, picture-in-picture, and much more. The Howard W. Sams Troubleshooting & Repair Guide to TV was written, illustrated, and assembled by the engineers and technicians of Howard W. Sams & Company. This book is the first truly comprehensive television repair guide published in the 90s, and it contains vast amounts of information never printed in book form before.

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Has a great explinations of Switching Power Supplies and current Schematic examples for refreashing your memory. The book is a paper back but is large 8.5x11 in size making it easy for reading. The ... Read full review

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