青青视频观看免费99Welcome to the Sci.Electronics.Repair青青视频观看免费99requentlyAskedQuestion(s)(or S.E.R FAQ for short) Home Page. This site featuresSamuel M. Goldwasser's latest and greatest "Noteson the Troubleshooting and Repair of..."series of comprehensive repair guides for consumer electronics equipmentand other household devices.There is also a great deal of otherinformation of interest to the electronics hobbyist, experimenter,technician, engineer, and possibly even the dentist and poet.Included arethe now quite comprehensive and massive "Sam's Laser FAQ",many new schematics, and links to over 1,000 technology related sites.Inaddition, there are a variety of documents from other sources on electronicstroubleshooting, repair, and other related topics.
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In return for this gold mine of information, please make a serious effort tofind the answers to your questions before contacting me.It may take just awee bit of effort and could stress a few neurons in the process, but there isan excellent chance that what you seek is covered at these sites.Should yoube really stuck, I will respond to email in a timely manner.However, if yourquestion indicates that you haven't even gotten past the Main Menu, AND I amin a good mood, you will get a somewhat polite reply to read the #$%& FAQs.On the other hand, if it is a bad day, and you are really really lucky, youwill probably be ignored.In any case, I expect to be able to hit the replykey for my mail program and not get bounced email.I will not attempt tounjumble any anti-SPAM email addresses!I have posted over 20,000 articles tothe USENET newsgroups using my true email address. (And, you won't pick up SPAMvia private email anyhow.)Yes, SPAM is a pain but I tolerate the smallamount I get so others will not be inconvenienced.
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Where you have a model specific repair question, it will probably bemore expedient to post a complete but concise description of your problem including manufacturer, model, symptoms, and what you have already tried,directly to the USENET newsgroup:sci.electronics.repair.I reallydon't have access to that much model specific service information - and that isprobably what I will tell you to do anyway!See the document:Troubleshooting and Repair of ConsumerElectronic Equipment for more information.Or, consult a Tech-Tipsdatabase to see if your specific problem has already been solved a milliontimes.See the document: On-Line Tech-TipsDatabases.