This Polaroid LCD TV came in for repair with a white screen and a few faint colored lines from the top to the bottom of the screen. It was repaired by replacing C806, C807, and C808,
all three capacitors were 470 MF at 25 volt but I replaced Continue reading Polaroid FLM1911
How does the made in China Fluke 117 Electricians Multimeter stack up?
Dave goes nuts over NBC Universal Pictures pulling his Flux Capacitor T-Shirt designs from Zazzle.
BTTF fans will be able to count all the movie references!
Look, up in the sky, is it a hardware fault?, is it a software fault?, no, it’s a bloody FPGA
Dave responds to the furore over his thumbs up rating on the Agilent U1253A Multimeter
And it’s all about the love, really.
Agilent make the exact same meter in an LCD version (U1251A or U1252A) with longer battery life. So you get the choice of display vs battery life!
Welcome to the Arcade Repair Tips Video Series! In this video, Tim Peterson talks about how to open up an arcade cabinet so that you can gain access to the parts inside. For more information, please visit our website at www.arcaderepairtips.com and please watch for more videos in the Arcade Continue reading Arcade Repair Tips – Opening An Arcade Cabinet
Welcome to the Arcade Repair Tips Video Series! In this video, Tim Peterson talks about how to use a degaussing coil to fix arcade monitors that have discoloration and focus issues. For more information, please visit our website at www.arcaderepairtips.com and please watch for more videos in the Arcade Repair Continue reading Arcade Repair Tips – Using A Degaussing Coil
Now that we see a great many surface mounted components being used in modern day TVs many repairmen are so intimidated they may forget there are still a great many Continue reading LCD TV Repair made easy # 6
Dave reviews the Agilent U1253A OLED Multimeter and compares it with the Fluke 87-V in this epic review.
How will it stack up?
Dave can smell marketing bullshit a mile away, so checks out the new RCA WiFi Free Energy Harvesting “Airnergy” device with some back of the envelope calculations. Marketing bullshit or can it actually work?
Can you really charge your smartphone with Wifi Energy?
Watch the RCA video here: