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Old 16th January 2005, 12:36 PM   #1
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Default How to compensate a Tek probe?

Hi,

Here's a picture of my Tek probe, it's slightly overcompensated so I want to adjust it.
I know how to compensate a classic probe with one pot, but mine has three.

Does someone know those probes?

Thanks
Alex
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