Cathovisor wrote:I know this is a bit radical but surely, you know, looking at the circuit diagram
CrustyTV wrote:They have component designations of LA10xx so I can try and see if the German manuals/ccts have any component details
Cathovisor wrote:I think the next telly should be the G6
The_Teleman wrote:looking forward to that restoration
The_Teleman wrote:Is this a single standard or a dual standard ?
ntscuser wrote:"Ophelia the Aphelion"
ntscuser wrote:This has been a Telefunken good read!
Chris, in that article you said:CrustyTV wrote:I did an article for my website on those kits http://www.radios-tv.co.uk/early-ctv-kits/
They did, indeed, and the issues concerned can be downloaded from this site.The first article appeared in the June 1968 issue and, to save you hunting, starts on page 74 of the pdf file.Wireless World
I’ve been informed that a magazine called Wireless World, was the first to run a series of articles on a home constructed CTV which ran from 1968-1969.
Marcus 3500 wrote:Hello Chris
A guy I know who lives near Doncaster.......... has all the original service manuals.............. if you are interested I can find out next time I'm in South Yorkshire. Hope this helps.
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