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  1. Sir George Martini "Verbalosity" says:
    39 of 40 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Full of Useful Information, August 22, 2004
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    Sir George Martini “Verbalosity” (Fromage, Wisconsin) –

    I recommend this book as a good reference, but it helps if you aren’t a novice. Sometimes schematics aren’t available and you have to learn how to improvise. A person bitten by the electronics bug typically endures hours of frustration and failure before gaining enough experience to troubleshoot and repair electronic equipment. This book should guide you in the right direction and hopefully save you some time.

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  2. 101science.com "101science.com" says:
    20 of 26 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Wonderful Aid in Troubleshooting, July 13, 2004
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    Well I don’t know why Amazon let’s reviews go through that are obviously not appropriate as the last one is. This book deserves the highest rating for a book in this class. I do not own this book yet but will soon. I have reviewed it in book stores and found it to be a valuable reference text. It provides basic typical schematics for the most often found circuits in consumer electronics and provides a clear and detailed narration on how to troublshoot problems. I can’t wait to get my personal copy and put it on my reference shelf.

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  3. Gene Friedman says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    One of a kind book, January 17, 2011
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    Gene Friedman
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    This book is perfect for someone without alot of experience. The author imparts his years of knowledge about what to look for when fixing certain electronics. Probably a more experienced tech already knows the techniques discussed in the book. The author uses alot of examples of troubleshooting actual devices. I found myself skipping these sections as they are units that are hopelessly outdated. But the instruction imparted about what testing tools to use and how to use them in real-world situations in priceless. The book is great for gaining insight into how to go about troubleshooting electronics like a pro. The downside are the examples using outdated devices and the somewhat repetitive ordering of some of the sections. This book could use a rewrite to restructure the chapters and also toss the info on obsolete devices such as tape decks and analog TVs.

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