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Old 21st September 2002, 07:36 PM   #1
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Post B & K 1431 Oscilloscope

Guess what I uncovered while moving the garage? A handy oscilloscope set aside over 12 years ago, a single trace B & K 1431 analog scope.

Cosmetically, it is in near new condition.

Internally, it is suffering from dirty control contacts, and the sweep is free-running: no triggering response.

Can anyone help me with a service manual or schematic for this old soldier??

Its bandwidth will be handy for audio troubleshooting, as the scope display is razor sharp. I wish I still had my BBC Goertz/Metrawatt machine...that was an excellent piece.

If only the years were as kind (the last 12) to this scope, as a bottle of Scotch...
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