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Old 28th August 2010, 04:53 AM   #1
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I have been reading the tutorial, and other educational stuff I have found on online. Also looking at the hieroglyphic looking schematics of the two broken amps i have. Its overwhelming at first, but Its starting to make a little more sense now.


Big tools so far are: I have a wes51, used. (pawn shop) 28 dollars. I got a fluke 112, for 55 dollars (ebay). I got a line on a scope, and he wants a 100 bucks. He's an old guy, and he used to be a electrical engineer. He likes me, and I am thinking It should be a good deal, hopefully.

My wife doesnt know it yet, but the nice little bench spot on the porch is getting moved inside before the rainy season hits. I have some dryer vent, and a 4inch exhaust fan from a friends house.
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If he sells you the scope, ask him to show you how to use it.
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Old 28th August 2010, 01:09 PM   #3
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hope fully its a two channel, and not to fancy. If not, ill pass along the model number and see if I can middle man it to someone else on here.
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If it's a scope in good working order and has a triggered sweep (it will have a trigger level adjustment), buy it. The peace of mind that it's in good working order is worth the $100, even if it's only a single channel scope.
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