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Guest

Wed Apr 03, 2019 9:45 pm   



First of all, model. The original thread was about a Superbeta, all of which used the newer J loader rather than the U loader. Is that what you have ?

If what you say is correct, (not "true" because you have no reason to lie) that means a tape was forced out of there. the J loaders were quite fragile with the arms that wound the tape. They can get out of kilter and just need some friendly persuasion to get back in whack. Gears breaking was rare, and the really wild gears were metal, sheet metal but metal. However the would pop out their tracks and jam up. If a tape was jammed up and wouldn't let the tape out it might very well fail that way.

The way to tell a U loader from a J loader is that the J has two arms grabbing the tape when inserted, the U loader only has one. In a U loader it just goes around a circle like to get the tape around the head. It is important to know which you have. If you give up the model I might know which it is..

The gears are probably OK but they are out of whack. If you can get it here I can probably fix it and I DO have some parts in stock. However that might not be quite practical. I am in the US, Ohio, Cleveland. I worked on tons of these things.

Next best thing is if you got image hosting post some pictures. If I see exactly what state the mech is in I might be able to tell you what to do.

Model and pics. Best I can do. Without that you are fucked. (or bring it or ship it)

Note that if it is not NTSC I cannot confirm correct color. I can confirm good video, the [presence of color, the AFM (sound) carriers and almost everything but I do not have a multirate monitor right now. I can fix the mech, but if it is not NTSC that's pretty much it.

Lucifer
Guest

Thu Apr 04, 2019 10:45 am   



On Tue, 2 Apr 2019 20:17:31 -0700 (PDT), thetruewillheart_at_gmail.com
wrote:

Quote:
Hi I have a sony betamax, I can see even though there is no tape
inside, the mechanizem inside is in position like there is a tape
inside. Only know this because I have a working beta sony to
compare. Any help? When I press power ect it does try to eject but
that metal tab piece doesnt move the one that normally grab the tape
and brings it around.


Sounds like you need to pull it apart.

I have a camcorder that uses a standard beta cassette.


Guest

Mon Apr 08, 2019 8:45 pm   



On Wednesday, March 11, 2015 at 1:00:49 AM UTC+2, deamf...@yahoo.com wrote:
Quote:
On Sunday, August 1, 1999 at 9:00:00 AM UTC+2, Raditecnica de Miguel Ricardo wrote:
 


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Raditecnica de Miguel Ricardo <raditecnica_at_mail.telepac.pt
escreveu na mensagem news:...

Hi Peter

 

Maybe I can help you

 

Miguel

 

 

Portugal


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Peter Nelson <pnelson1_at_globalnet.co.uk
escreveu na mensagem news:7ns0t2$b3h$2_at_gxsn.com...

Anyone got a schematic for this analogue multimeter?

 

Peter


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Hi all,

Has anybody got the user manual or schematic drawing of this multimeter? I also need it.

Please help!

Thanks!

Deam


Just come across your posting/s. Not sure if you have found a copy of schematic / manual. I do own a 360-TR and provided similar info to someone here in South Africa in 2016. Found my email with info so I can email copy to you if you wish. You can use my email address des.bryington_at_gmail.com Subject 360-TR. Best wishes

Mr. Man-wai Chang
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Thu May 16, 2019 3:45 pm   



On 5/16/2019 12:51 PM, Roy Q.T. wrote:
Quote:
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Take Your Time, Do It Right.
And Yeah Put A Little Class & Finess Into It, Or Have Someone Do The Terminations For You ASAP.


ha ha... would someone wanna be electrocuted? :)

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Thu May 16, 2019 5:45 pm   



And a link to:

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So, the burning question is "Who is Lady Trench?"

Peter Wieck
Melrose Park, PA

micky
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Sun Jun 02, 2019 11:45 pm   



In alt.home.repair, on Mon, 3 Jun 2019 04:03:38 +1000, "Rod Speed"
<rod.speed.aaa_at_gmail.com> wrote:

Quote:


"micky" <NONONOmisc07_at_bigfoot.com> wrote in message
news:uti7fet1r8bo8j76s8t2odb1dh7cu35i25_at_4ax.com...
I've been listening to a weak FM radio station, on a radio, and 2 feet
away was a desk lamp. It used a CFL and I noticed static or some kind
of interference in the reception. It could be lessened by changing the
frequency a little, but the result was still less volume than when the
light was off.

So I figured, LEDs! They won't make interference. Bought Ecosmart.
Then the radio hummed so loud I couldn't hear the station at all.

I will probably go back to incandescent. Any other way to get rid of
the hum?

The noise you are hearing is the high frequency ac it generates.

You don't have to do leds that way, its easy to have a constant
current linear supply. How easy it is to find something in the
specs on ebay or amazon tho is harder to say but they do exist.


You've gotten too technical for me. Maybe people in the group I added
can tell me where to buy what you're suggesting.

Rod Speed
Guest

Mon Jun 03, 2019 12:45 am   



"micky" <NONONOmisc07_at_bigfoot.com> wrote in message
news:39i8fepibbfteglk7m8pp278dmdgkcc1sf_at_4ax.com...
Quote:
In alt.home.repair, on Mon, 3 Jun 2019 04:03:38 +1000, "Rod Speed"
rod.speed.aaa_at_gmail.com> wrote:



"micky" <NONONOmisc07_at_bigfoot.com> wrote in message
news:uti7fet1r8bo8j76s8t2odb1dh7cu35i25_at_4ax.com...
I've been listening to a weak FM radio station, on a radio, and 2 feet
away was a desk lamp. It used a CFL and I noticed static or some kind
of interference in the reception. It could be lessened by changing the
frequency a little, but the result was still less volume than when the
light was off.

So I figured, LEDs! They won't make interference. Bought Ecosmart.
Then the radio hummed so loud I couldn't hear the station at all.

I will probably go back to incandescent. Any other way to get rid of
the hum?

The noise you are hearing is the high frequency ac it generates.

You don't have to do leds that way, its easy to have a constant
current linear supply. How easy it is to find something in the
specs on ebay or amazon tho is harder to say but they do exist.

You've gotten too technical for me. Maybe people in the group I added
can tell me where to buy what you're suggesting.


Quite a few sold everywhere are like that.

I use Philips Hues which likely are fine but that
system is very expensive for just the one led light.

Peeler
Guest

Mon Jun 03, 2019 1:45 am   



On Mon, 3 Jun 2019 09:18:13 +1000, cantankerous trolling geezer Rodent
Speed, the auto-contradicting senile sociopath, blabbered, again:


> I use Philips Hues

I told you already several times, you can shove your Philips Hues up yours,
senile Ozzie pest!

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we shipped the likes of you out of the British Isles. Perhaps stupidity
and criminality is inherited after all?"
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micky
Guest

Mon Jun 03, 2019 7:45 pm   



In alt.home.repair, on Mon, 3 Jun 2019 06:15:07 -0400, Biff Tannen
<biff.tannen_at_127.0.0.1> wrote:

Quote:
On 6/2/19 9:18 AM, micky wrote:
I've been listening to a weak FM radio station, on a radio, and 2 feet
away was a desk lamp. It used a CFL and I noticed static or some kind
of interference in the reception. It could be lessened by changing the
frequency a little, but the result was still less volume than when the
light was off.

So I figured, LEDs! They won't make interference. Bought Ecosmart.
Then the radio hummed so loud I couldn't hear the station at all.

I will probably go back to incandescent. Any other way to get rid of
the hum?


Probably expensive but if the lievertising is to be believed, these might fix your problem.

https://www.geniecompany.com/garage-door-openers/accessories/led-light-bulb.aspx


It's $19/2 of them, at Home Depot and Amazon, and Amazon has one for
almost $10. Thanks. Expensive but a good idea.

Bob, there's one other bulb in the package. I'll try that

As I said, with the CFL the interference could be lessened by turing the
radio off frequency a little**, but with the first LED bulb, I turned
the tuning knob a half turn in each direction, from maybe 88 to 92 MHz
FM. and the hum was the same everywhere, twice as loud as the sound had
been. It's interesting that it interfered with FM reception, which is
less vulnerable than AM, but it appeears, not invulnerable.

**An advantage to analog tuning over digital tuning.

Rod Speed
Guest

Mon Jun 03, 2019 8:45 pm   



"micky" <NONONOmisc07_at_bigfoot.com> wrote in message
news:1moafep953ip7tia30stj7p433o793q735_at_4ax.com...
Quote:
In alt.home.repair, on Mon, 3 Jun 2019 06:15:07 -0400, Biff Tannen
biff.tannen_at_127.0.0.1> wrote:

On 6/2/19 9:18 AM, micky wrote:
I've been listening to a weak FM radio station, on a radio, and 2 feet
away was a desk lamp. It used a CFL and I noticed static or some kind
of interference in the reception. It could be lessened by changing the
frequency a little, but the result was still less volume than when the
light was off.

So I figured, LEDs! They won't make interference. Bought Ecosmart.
Then the radio hummed so loud I couldn't hear the station at all.

I will probably go back to incandescent. Any other way to get rid of
the hum?


Probably expensive but if the lievertising is to be believed, these might
fix your problem.

https://www.geniecompany.com/garage-door-openers/accessories/led-light-bulb.aspx

It's $19/2 of them, at Home Depot and Amazon, and Amazon has one for
almost $10. Thanks. Expensive but a good idea.

Bob, there's one other bulb in the package. I'll try that

As I said, with the CFL the interference could be lessened
by turing the radio off frequency a little**,


That's because it was a relatively weak harmonic of the chopping frequency.

Quote:
but with the first LED bulb, I turned the tuning knob a half turn in each
direction, from maybe 88 to 92 MHz FM. and the hum was the same
everywhere, twice as loud as the sound had been.


That's because the designer was stupid enough to
use a chopping frequency that's right in that band.

Quote:
It's interesting that it interfered with FM reception, which is
less vulnerable than AM, but it appeears, not invulnerable.


Yeah, particularly with that powerful a signal.

> **An advantage to analog tuning over digital tuning.

Peeler
Guest

Mon Jun 03, 2019 9:45 pm   



On Tue, 4 Jun 2019 05:43:29 +1000, cantankerous trolling geezer Rodent
Speed, the auto-contradicting senile sociopath, blabbered, again:


Quote:
It's interesting that it interfered with FM reception, which is
less vulnerable than AM, but it appeears, not invulnerable.

Yeah, particularly with that powerful a signal.


No shit, eh, senile wisenheimer? <tsk>

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Bob F
Guest

Tue Jun 04, 2019 5:45 am   



On 6/3/2019 11:18 AM, micky wrote:
Quote:
In alt.home.repair, on Mon, 3 Jun 2019 06:15:07 -0400, Biff Tannen
biff.tannen_at_127.0.0.1> wrote:

On 6/2/19 9:18 AM, micky wrote:
I've been listening to a weak FM radio station, on a radio, and 2 feet
away was a desk lamp. It used a CFL and I noticed static or some kind
of interference in the reception. It could be lessened by changing the
frequency a little, but the result was still less volume than when the
light was off.

So I figured, LEDs! They won't make interference. Bought Ecosmart.
Then the radio hummed so loud I couldn't hear the station at all.

I will probably go back to incandescent. Any other way to get rid of
the hum?


Probably expensive but if the lievertising is to be believed, these might fix your problem.

https://www.geniecompany.com/garage-door-openers/accessories/led-light-bulb.aspx

It's $19/2 of them, at Home Depot and Amazon, and Amazon has one for
almost $10. Thanks. Expensive but a good idea.

Bob, there's one other bulb in the package. I'll try that


Another model or brand is more likely to make the needed difference.

devnull
Guest

Tue Jun 04, 2019 11:45 am   



On 6/4/19 12:26 AM, Bob F wrote:
Quote:
On 6/3/2019 11:18 AM, micky wrote:
In alt.home.repair, on Mon, 3 Jun 2019 06:15:07 -0400, Biff Tannen
biff.tannen_at_127.0.0.1> wrote:

On 6/2/19 9:18 AM, micky wrote:
I've been listening to a weak FM radio station, on a radio, and 2 feet
away was a desk lamp.  It used a CFL and I noticed static or some kind
of interference in the reception.  It could be lessened by changing the
frequency a little, but the result was still less volume than when the
light was off.

So I figured, LEDs!  They won't make interference.  Bought Ecosmart.
Then the radio hummed so loud I couldn't hear the station at all.

I will probably go back to incandescent.   Any other way to get rid of
the hum?


Probably expensive but if the lievertising is to be believed, these might fix your problem.

https://www.geniecompany.com/garage-door-openers/accessories/led-light-bulb.aspx

It's $19/2 of them, at Home Depot and Amazon, and Amazon has one for
almost $10.   Thanks.  Expensive but a good idea.

Bob, there's one other bulb in the package.  I'll try that

Another model or brand is more likely to make the needed difference.


Check with the local electric utility.  Most have a free obamabulb program for libtard sponges.

Mark Lloyd
Guest

Tue Jun 04, 2019 5:45 pm   



On 6/3/19 1:18 PM, micky wrote:

[snip]

Quote:
As I said, with the CFL the interference could be lessened by turing the
radio off frequency a little**, but with the first LED bulb, I turned
the tuning knob a half turn in each direction, from maybe 88 to 92 MHz
FM. and the hum was the same everywhere, twice as loud as the sound had
been. It's interesting that it interfered with FM reception, which is
less vulnerable than AM, but it appeears, not invulnerable.

**An advantage to analog tuning over digital tuning.


In the eighties I had an old TV (non cable ready). I found that by
setting it to channel 7 and misadjusting the fine tuning, I could get
channel 22 (cable midband, frequency just below that of ch. 7).

BTW, you could get ch. 6 sound on an FM radio.

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danny burstein
Guest

Tue Jun 04, 2019 5:45 pm   



In <%HwJE.28435$A55.13375_at_fx33.iad> Mark Lloyd <not_at_mail.invalid> writes:

Quote:
In the eighties I had an old TV (non cable ready). I found that by
setting it to channel 7 and misadjusting the fine tuning, I could get
channel 22 (cable midband, frequency just below that of ch. 7).

BTW, you could get ch. 6 sound on an FM radio.


You still can (well, the analog channel 6). This is
used, even today, by a bunch of "radio stations" (in
quotes 'cuz, see below..) who are technically licensed
as low power analog tv channel 6 (which is still allowed)
but in reality are using that slot to give them
a decent range audio/radio signal at 87.7 FM.

Note that while the official FM (in the US) band
starts a bit higher, most - especially those with
tuning dials - will let you hear this one, too.

Info on a typical station:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WNYZ-LP

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