Define 5 Television Circuit Abbriviations For learning
I am beginning to learn about television repair but the book I have is missing a complete glossary of term. Can you help me with the following terms...
I am sure there will be more the author left out. Thank you!!!
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Re: Define 5 Television Circuit Abbriviations For...
sif=sound intermediate frequency
aft=automatic frequency tuning
afc=automatic frequency control
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Now you as talking. Grammar, your best bet is to look into the grammar book in your language or the language you are using. Not all languages have the same order of words in their sentences. I gather that you recognise the word by their grammatical word. You know a verb from a noun. I always find adjectives and adverbs tricky.
if you recognise the different groups of words,you are ok. Just look in the grammar book to make certain.
one thing I did in the old days when learning a new language,nears too learn the grammar that differed from my native language.
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I am sorry to disappoint you but a TV problem can only be fixed by electronic technician. If you want to do it yourself, you would have to learn electronics. Start by learning basic electronic, and then read a book on how to fix televisions. Without knowledge in electronics, you won't be able to understand a book on fixing a TV. I have been fixing TV since 1998, and I started after dropping out of electronic engineering class. I learned most about electronics on my own, and you can too.
Circuit diagrams are available online from 5-20 dollars. I doubt it will do you much good, as you will need to be an expert at tv repair in order to read the diagram, and trace the problem. It sounds to me like a bad capacitor near the horizontal deflection circuits, or a resistor near the pincushion adjustment could have blown. If you really want to learn how to fix your tv, you should visit some learning websites that explain the different areas of a tv circuit board and their functions.