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Old 16th June 2006, 06:50 AM   #1
TroelsM is offline TroelsM  Denmark
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Hi.

I just bought a Tektronix 2225 (approx 83$) and a Philips pm3267 (approx 16$). The Tek is apparently in perfect working order but the Philips is busted. I don't know whats wrong yet. Maybe only a missing knob on the time-base.

Does anyone know where to find a knob for the "Time/Div" on a Philips PM3267?

I need a set of probes. Where do I get a set at a fair price? Anyone here who has got a old set of 100Mhz probes? (20MHz/50MHz would also do)

I also need the plastic-back-plate-thingy for the Tek. Anyone?

What do I need to be aware of when using these two scopes? Any funky details? The Philips has got tons of buttons and i can't figure out what half of them do... (looking for a manual..)

Regards TroelsM

PS.: I might be (a little) in love with the Tek. Am I sick? :-)
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