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2001\01\11@125802 by t F. Touchton

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Peter L. Peres wrote:
>
> Some sub-10R resistors are marked X.Y whch is X.Y ohms. Sub-ohm are
> sometimes marked .XX or .X. There are also single-color markings. F.ex.
> 'zero ohm' resistors are often bottle green. With some imagination they
> could pass for 0.05R. There are also zero ohm R's marked with a single 0.


You guys are softies! Try being a TV repairer doing
10 or 15 repairs a day. Each one with a number of parts
need replacing. Most commonly my resistors are grey,
totally ash grey, with maybe some charcoal coloured
patches or silvery wire stuff visible. And you complain
about color codes?? ;o)

So what do you do with a resistor with NO colors left?
One in 3 jobs we have a circuit diagram, about 20% of
whats left we can ring the service agent and ask them,
and the rest we make an educated guess as to its
value based on where it is in the circuit board
and what it probably does. We put in a "probable"
value and then run test and measure for expected
too-high or too-low symptoms. I can usually get it
right by the second resistor.
:o)
-Roman

PS. Buy a cap meter!!! You can't work without an
ohmmeter can you?

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2001\01\11@132923 by Roman Black

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Scott F. Touchton wrote:
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> Do you make house calls?


Not on your life! When I was younger I did a few,
you would be amazed, EVERY housewife tries to
seduce you. No kidding. Every last one of them.
Young, old, single, married, gorgeous, plain,
they all do it with TV repair guys. Hey guys,
if your wife talks about getting a repairman out
to your house FIX IT YOURSELF!! Or take it in to
their shop! ;o)
-Roman

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2001\01\11@133733 by Dale Botkin

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> Not on your life! When I was younger I did a few,
> you would be amazed, EVERY housewife tries to
> seduce you. No kidding. Every last one of them.
> Young, old, single, married, gorgeous, plain,
> they all do it with TV repair guys. Hey guys,
> if your wife talks about getting a repairman out
> to your house FIX IT YOURSELF!! Or take it in to
> their shop! ;o)
> -Roman

Roman, normally I would not believe something like this...  BUT, I used to
work with another field engineer who had been a TV repairman in NYC long
ago.  He said the same thing.  Oddly, as a field engineer working on IBM
mainframes, I never had the same kind of luck -- er, experience.

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2001\01\11@134355 by t F. Touchton

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part 1 1855 bytes content-type:text/plain; charset=us-asciiI'll heed your advice!!!!

I've got one of those TV's that's too big to put in the trunk of the car, and
I'm too lazy to fix.  Tough trying to find someone to take a look at it... but
now I think I'll fix it myself.

I was actually just curious if the TV Repairman of yesterday still existed?


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Scott F. Touchton wrote:
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> Do you make house calls?


Not on your life! When I was younger I did a few,
you would be amazed, EVERY housewife tries to
seduce you. No kidding. Every last one of them.
Young, old, single, married, gorgeous, plain,
they all do it with TV repair guys. Hey guys,
if your wife talks about getting a repairman out
to your house FIX IT YOURSELF!! Or take it in to
their shop! ;o)
-Roman

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2001\01\11@134622 by M. Adam Davis

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Hmm...  They don't do that with computer consultants.  Maybe I'm not
charging enough... ;-)

(ow!  Just kidding dear!)

-Adam

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2001\01\11@134628 by severson

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Roman,

To solve your seduction problems:

1) Gain 75 pounds
2) Wear your belt 4 inches lower than the start of your @ss crack
3) Bend over a lot

Wait! Then you qualify to be a plumber...

-Robert Severson
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2001\01\11@145213 by jamesnewton

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Um... How does one break into the TV repair business?

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2001\01\11@150054 by Maxime Prati

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The trick is to keep a bunch of old broken TV parts
in your toolbox.
You hide yourself from the custumer, behind the TV set,
open it, and put some of the parts from the toolbox, on the TV...
You will be like 90 % of the TV technicians...
Don't forget the bill everything...


"To Infinity And Beyond !"
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2001\01\11@151049 by Dan Michaels

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Roman wrote:
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>Not on your life! When I was younger I did a few,
>you would be amazed, EVERY housewife tries to
>seduce you. No kidding. Every last one of them.
>Young, old, single, married, gorgeous, plain,
>they all do it with TV repair guys. Hey guys,
>if your wife talks about getting a repairman out
>to your house FIX IT YOURSELF!! Or take it in to
>their shop! ;o)


You old goat, you!!

Darn, I always knew my pappy was lying about the old days
- you're in trouble now, mister. [him, not you, Roman].

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2001\01\11@172031 by Arthur Brown

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When I working for Thorn EMI High Secuitiy (BANKS) installing alarms.
When working in the vault area you had to have a member of staff with you,
up to ten hours a day.

As most staff were female you could be asked about once a week "Do you
belive in SAFE s3x".

this s3x is because a mail was bounced for using a word they thoght was
naughty..(i was a good boy)

Regards Art.


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2001\01\12@025621 by Michael Rigby-Jones

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A feel I may have to review my current job.  A change in career sounds like
a good idea to me :o)

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2001\01\12@080313 by Edson Brusque

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Hello Scott,

> I've got one of those TV's that's too big to put in the trunk of the car,
and
> I'm too lazy to fix.  Tough trying to find someone to take a look at it...
but
> now I think I'll fix it myself.

   well, sorry for the dirty joke, but if you're thinking about divorceing
you can hide a camera... (hehe)

   Regards,

   Brusque

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2001\01\12@084300 by t F. Touchton

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Hello Scott,

> I've got one of those TV's that's too big to put in the trunk of the car,
and
> I'm too lazy to fix.  Tough trying to find someone to take a look at it...
but
> now I think I'll fix it myself.

   well, sorry for the dirty joke, but if you're thinking about divorceing
you can hide a camera... (hehe)

   Regards,

   Brusque

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2001\01\12@140300 by Peter L. Peres

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Hi,

I don't know if you know but your recent short response to this thread has
a rather large binary file and some strangely formatted ASCII art boxes
attached to it. I am not sure about whether they should be there ? The
attached file is called 'att1.eml'.

Peter

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2001\01\12@141049 by t F. Touchton

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part 1 1954 bytes content-type:text/plain; charset=us-asciiDon't know myself, but I'll look into it.  I'm using Lotus Notes for the first
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Lotus and knows what this is please let me know.  I checked with the people
responsible for maintaining the network here and they are more confused than me.

How big is the binary file, and where can you see it from?


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ATTN: "Scott F. Touchton" <KILLspamScott.TouchtonspamBeGonespamUS.JDSUNIPHASE.COM>

Hi,

I don't know if you know but your recent short response to this thread has
a rather large binary file and some strangely formatted ASCII art boxes
attached to it. I am not sure about whether they should be there ? The
attached file is called 'att1.eml'.

Peter

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2001\01\12@141251 by Dan Michaels

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At 07:51 PM 1/12/01 +0200, you wrote:
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>I don't know if you know but your recent short response to this thread has
>a rather large binary file and some strangely formatted ASCII art boxes
>attached to it. I am not sure about whether they should be there ? The
>attached file is called 'att1.eml'.
>

Somebody's msgs have been coming in again with the following
sorta crap attached too:

pic24353.pcx
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2001\01\12@154411 by Andrew Kunz

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I'm stuck with it too, "Company Policy."

If you don't HAVE to use it, find something else.

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"Scott F. Touchton" <@spam@Scott.Touchton@spam@spamspam_OUTUS.JDSUNIPHASE.COM> on 01/12/2001 02:05:56
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Please respond to pic microcontroller discussion list <spamBeGonePICLISTspamKILLspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU>








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Don't know myself, but I'll look into it.  I'm using Lotus Notes for the first
time, and frankly I'm a bit confused.  If anyone out there is familiar with
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responsible for maintaining the network here and they are more confused than me.

How big is the binary file, and where can you see it from?


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ATTN: "Scott F. Touchton" <TakeThisOuTScott.TouchtonKILLspamspamspamUS.JDSUNIPHASE.COM>

Hi,

I don't know if you know but your recent short response to this thread has
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attached file is called 'att1.eml'.

Peter

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2001\01\12@161926 by Lawrence Lile

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Everybody that uses Lotus Notes gets this silly little attachment aon all
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2001\01\13@071205 by Peter L. Peres

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Ok, I will quote (cut & paste) your message as i see it in the piclist
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Note: Everything from 'start' down is literal cut&paste from your message
as I see it:

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Don't know myself, but I'll look into it.  I'm using Lotus Notes for the
first time, and frankly I'm a bit confused.  If anyone out there is
familiar with Lotus and knows what this is please let me know.  I checked
with the people responsible for maintaining the network here and they are
more confused than me.

How big is the binary file, and where can you see it from?



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Hi,

I don't know if you know but your recent short response to this thread has
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attached file is called 'att1.eml'.

Peter

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2001\01\16@092404 by Alan B. Pearce

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>As most staff were female you could be asked about once a week "Do you
>belive in SAFE s3x".

Gee I missed out somewhere. When I was a computer repairman one of the
stockbrokers we dealt with had a policy of no fraternising between staff
members, or staff with service people! Seemed to think it was a security risk
somewhere. Not like Alvin Purple is it.

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