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freddy63
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freddy63 posted on Tue, Feb 12 2013 5:54 PM

Just bought this for 99€ in France.


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chartz
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chartz replied on Tue, Feb 12 2013 8:19 PM

Very nice. What I like about those is the heating speed. I have a very similar one, which replaced my trusty JBC iron.

Jacques

Menahem Yachad
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Yes, I like Velleman products. I don't have the soldering iron - mine is Hakko, but some measuring equipment.

Menahem

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freddy63 replied on Sat, Mar 23 2013 11:35 PM

Hello Menahem,

I've read a lot of your posts in the vintage forum, since i needed some information on how to repair my Beogram 4002 and beomaster 2400 and speakers.

I'd like to thank you as it has been a great help to me as other members postes have been too.

I don't know much about electronics, but i am learning since there are no service shops that i'm aware of near where i live.

I did try using the LED application in my Beogram 4002 on the 33 and 45 indicator, but it affected the fiip-flop circuit. So i used 24V micro-lamps, i did start by using 12V lamps(30mA) but they where just too bright... not sure that i should have.

I have to recap Beomaster and speakers now and i'll have to find out how to adjust trimmers if needed.

Again, thank you for your posts.

Frederic

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