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  1. Sidney

    Sidney Guest

    As most of you techs in Canada & the USA know everyday there are
    repair shops closing their doors for the last time as it is difficult
    to make a profit let alone pay the bills,well I too am struggling to
    pay my bills and cannot afford to purchase a flyback/yoke tester or an
    ESR capacitor tester not even those build it yourself economical Dick
    Smith Electronics kits (invented by Bob Parker) or the Cap Wizard or
    Cap Analyzer:

    Dick Smith flyback/yoke tester:
    http://members.ozemail.com.au/~bobpar/
    http://www.iwaynet.net/~nesda/Apr16.html
    http://www.flippers.com/fbt-main.html
    http://www.anatekcorp.com/testequipment/fbt.htm
    http://www.robot.hpgplus.com.br/TESTFLY.ZIP
    http://www.robot.hpgplus.com.br/F_Flytest_it.zip

    Dick Smith ESR capacitor tester:
    http://www.flippers.com/esrktmtr.html
    http://www.elektor-electronics.co.uk/ln/partlist/pl0902.htm

    Cap Wizard ESR capacitor tester:
    http://www.netcentral.co.uk/satcure/design/capwiz.htm
    http://www.awiz.com/pdfs/capman5.pdf
    http://www.awiz.com/cwinfo.htm

    Cap Analyzer capacitor tester:
    http://www.eds-inc.com/cap.html

    So if someone preferably in Canada has closed their repair shop and no
    longer need their flyback or ESR capacitor tester I will take your
    free tester unit,I will pay shipping to Nova Scotia which should cost
    only $3-5 CDN by mail and if I cannot find someone in Canada I will
    take one from the USA as it takes only 1 week from the USA and costs
    only $3 US (about $7 CDN).

    Here is an article that I contributed to NESDA (National Electronics
    Servicers & Dealers Association) about the world class HR Diemen
    flybacks:

    http://www.iwaynet.net/~nesda/Oct028.html
    http://www.iwaynet.net/~nesda/Oct029.html

    Here is an article that I contributed to NESDA about the famous US
    MPLX sound decoder IC module which shows my location:

    http://www.iwaynet.net/~nesda/May18.html
    http://www.iwaynet.net/~nesda/SonyAudMod.html
    http://www.globalsemi.com/sbx1637-11.html
    http://www.newark.com/product-details/image/mcm/image/32-9495.jpg

    Thanks for any help.
     
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