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You're bold, going where no man has gone before....Originally posted by OperaTenor:
..... and now appear to have another hurdle.
wonky.......when the charger's connected and the battery's fully charged.
(FWIW, cracking open a laptop with no prior experience or knowledge was something of an adrenaline rush. :whew: )
You killed me with that one.Originally posted by Selma in Sandy Eggo:
Have you tried poking a copper nail and an iron nail into a lemon? That might work.
:Yikes: Not a phrase I'd ever use, having an aviation-type mindset like I do.Originally posted by analog:
...You'll spiral in on it. At least that's what I do...
While a dyed in the wool electrogeek like myself has one of those, how many civilians would have one and could tell the difference between it and a proctoscope, not to mention what to do with the probe?Originally posted by Selma in Sandy Eggo:
In the cal lab, we made a habit of checking for power supply noise with an oscope.
:eek: Climbing back onto my chair again, now that I can breathe. Holy moly!Originally posted by barfle:
...tell the difference between it and a proctoscope, not to mention what to do with the probe?
Actually mine's a 1965-ish HP-180, bought on Ebay when I acknowledged vacuum tubes are probably never coming back. It replaced my Tektronix 535, about the same time I gave away all the TI-99's.Originally posted by Shapley:
I would expect any elctorgeek worthy of the name to have a Heathkit Oscope sitting on the basement shelf, right next to the TRS80 computer with the 8" floppy drives....
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