TV Repair for BeginnersHomer Davidson (Author)
The revised edition of this longtime best-seller teaches the basic operation and repair of all standard TV components, from the receiver and picture tube to the antenna and sound system, and shows how to do it with just basic tools and no schematic. This edition features new sections on universal remote, stereo TV, digital controls, new color circuits, installing digital satellite receivers, and more, with lots of new trouble-shooting material. It even includes an entire chapter on symptoms and causes for quick trouble-shooting.
About the Author
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.
Product Details: Paperback: 376 pages
- Publisher: McGraw-Hill/TAB Electronics; 5 edition (August 1, 1997)
- Language: English
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Good way to do your own repairs or start fixing televisions and reselling them for extra money.
The book teaches general knowledge on tv repairs its good for a layman
I read this book on TV repair, I left impressed with the easy ways to explain all subjects.