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Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by medusa, Jun 15, 2005.

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  1. medusa

    medusa Guest

    hey all> I am also a newbie to elctronics and would like to learn. I
    have not been successful in finding simpler self help books that teach
    you how to read a scheamatic.
    I'm sure theere are probably various diagrams available for the same
    thing but aside from learning the symbols for various components I
    can't translate that to real life material. I will look at the two
    sites mentioned in an earlier post, however I am in need of come help
    for constructing an item. The first project is simple enough, I just
    need to find some help relatively close to me....any good samaritans
    have some time?? thanks you in advance.
  2. Guest


    I live in Northern Virginia and work on pinball machines and video
    games for a living (yea, i get paid to do it)

    While I myself have never recieved any "formal" education in
    electronics. I've gotten enough basics and i'm damn good at reading
    schematics. I might be able to take a look at it and give you a hand.

    Schematics are really easy to read once you learn the basics, except
    the German ones...esically the mid 60's German schematics.

    Email me at dewdude(at) and we'll hammer out some details.
  3. medusa569

    medusa569 Guest

    Hey Dude!

    I think this will be simply for you.....since it's very late now i'll scan
    the plan and email you tomorrow. I'm on wisconsin aven in dc. I'd really
    appreciate help on this project as its very important to me...not a hobby.

    later, claire
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