• Electronics Repair FAQ Part 32

    Please click HERE to read Electronics Repair FAQ part 32. Likes(0)Dislikes(0)

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    Engineering Site of The Day

    My website Electronic Repair Guide Is featured in EEWEB website for engineering site of the day (today). You may click on the link to check on the website. It has many other good electronics related stuff too....

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  • Video: How To Use Rigol Digital Storage Oscilloscope

    Thanks to Beh for recommending this Rigol product:   Likes(1)Dislikes(0)

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    Another Advanced Electronics Repair Course Completed

    Just completed another Advanced Electronics Repair Course for 6 participants. It was attended by 2 lecturers from Brunei Sultan Bolkiah Technical College, one from India (she took the basic course last week), and 3 locals. Here are...

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  • Becareful Of Scammers

    One of my ERG members emailed me how he had got cheated of USD610.00 by buying LCD panels online. He sent the money using Western Union and the scammer even provides him with a false website that...

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    Completed Another Repair Course

    Just completed another basic electronics repair course for 2 participants. The guy was from Johor Bahru and the lady was from India. The lady is studying signal engineering (2nd year) and on holiday now and the practical...

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  • To Tell Or Not To Tell?

    What would you do if you accidentally causing more problems to your customer equipment? For example, if the customer sends in an equipment with a simple complaint and you accidentally dropped something on the circuit board causing...

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    How to Select a Suitable Heat Sink

      Any semiconductor device under operation produces heat. The heat originates at its junction and travels outwards. The longevity and reliability of the semiconductor device is inversely proportional to the square of the change in its junction...

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