Welcome to the Arcade Repair Tips Video Series! In this video, Tim Peterson talks about how to replace the power cord on an arcade game. For more information, please visit our website at www.arcaderepairtips.com and please watch for more videos in the Arcade Repair Tips Video Series! Thanks for watching!
Dave dropped by Apex Electronics in Sun Valley just outside LA, the biggest and oldest surplus electronics store in California (and probably the US?) . Come on a tour through the aladdin’s cave of surplus electronics and hardware.
It’s actually pretty sad to see all this old technology just lying on Continue reading EEVblog #124 – A Tour of Apex Electronics
Yes, the drive time rant is back.
Dave gives some choice advice to the semiconductor manufacturers.
The announcement of the Renesas RX Design Contest at Devcon 2010.
Dave makes a BIG appearance about half way through.
I caught up with DJ Delorie at the Renesas Devcon 2010 event and he was kind enough to sit down for 10 minutes and chat about the Open Source gEDA PCB/Schematic design package, of which he is one of the major developers.
What is gEDA?, where did it come from?, and Continue reading EEVblog #121 – gEDA Interview with DJ Delorie
Testing electronic components and finding unknown resistor values by Jestine Yong. http://5d8388ioop4nfm862d1b0u7sbj.hop.clickbank.net/
This is an excellent book for A beginner level student who wants to learn how to test electronic components like a professional. Jestine really took the time to make this book easy to Continue reading LCD TV Repair made easy # 12
In this video I’m attempting to explain the term Watts in a simple language anyone can understand. I also show how understanding this is useful in doing solar energy and Continue reading Understanding Watts, Voltage, and Amps.
The final day of Renesas Devcon 2010. A fantastic event, and a big thanks to Renesas for inviting me and the EEVblog viewers along.
Day 3 (for Dave anyway) was all about Open Source Hardware and gEDA. But let’s not forget the Q&A with the head Renesas MCU honcho, and the evening with James Meigs, editor of Popular Mechanics magazine.
This video provides helpful tips to identify where the model number is located on a vacuum cleaner. Part testing, repair procedures and replacement parts are not designed to work on all models. The vacuum cleaner model number is an important tool in finding the most accurate help for your Continue reading Vacuum Model Number Identification