Telephone Repair Illustratedby Stephen J. Bigelow
Today, most people own their own phones, rather than renting them from the phone company. Many people own inexpensive electronic telephones that are notorious for being unreliable. By being able to fix your own telephone you can avoid the monthly "line maintenance and repair insurance" that the local telephone companies try to sell all their customers. This means you can save much more than the cost of the book by being able to avoid these charges.
This guide will take you through beginnning and intermediate levels of telephone repairincluding how to work on answering machines, cellular, cordless, electronic, and classic telephones. It also guides you in using test equipment, multimeters, logic probes, oscilloscopes, and specialized equipment.
- McGraw-Hill School Education Group
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- 7.44(w) x 9.16(h) x 0.57(d)
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