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Old Yesterday, 03:01 AM   #22701
taenzermme
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Hey all,

I'm a 38 year old IT consultant and coder from Germany.

Greetings, Sebastian
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Hello, I'm from Vietnam. I have joined this forum to try to learn a little bit about electronics.
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Old Yesterday, 11:11 AM   #22703
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Thanks for the add. I have been working for myself in the construction business for the last 26 years. I have built many different things from homes to furniture to even a computer (back in the day, thanks Compusa, lol). I like fixing things myself (trust issues) and customizing to fit the project Im working on. But, I did something silly the other day involving a cell phone and my 70 sharp aquos. Now I have a black screen and a flash code of 2 long, 5 short flashes. I have seen several videos involving the same code but not the exact model. Mine is a sharp aquos 70ud27u. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Old Yesterday, 01:52 PM   #22704
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hi friends, i hope this site would assist me in repairing and learning circuits to some extent,thank you
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Hi everyone,
I am Naonao.
I am happy to be part of this wonderful forum.
I hope to be helpful and I hope to learn more.

Keep the good work guys.

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hi i do youtube videos and just found this amazing forum. thank you to all the members!
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Hey everyone. My name is Scott. I'm a HiFi and lighting enthusiast and would like to learn how to upgrade some old vintage and unhealthy audio equipment. I'm also in the middle of planning several LED lighting projects. Ultimately, I'd like to be able to repair and/or build anything that requires soldering, which I've never attempted.
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Old Yesterday, 09:56 PM   #22708
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Hello Group...
My name is Mike and I have been an Electronics Design Engineer since 1994. My experience is primarily Automotive related as I worked for a Detroit area Engineering firm that provided R&D and specialized test equipment for GM, Ford, Chrysler, Caterpillar, Detroit Diesel, Eaton and many other automotive manufacturers.
Now that I am retired, I have continued with developing products and components to bring modern technology to Classic Cars.
I found this forum while looking for schematics for a power supply board in a computer monitor. There are a couple of IC's that I cannot identify, and one of them has created a substantial Hot Spot on the PCB.

Hopefully my experience will allow me to help other members as well...
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Old Today, 01:59 AM   #22709
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Hi Guys,
I'm radio frequency and electronic engineer from Poland.
I hope I can share my knowledge with You
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Old Today, 03:07 AM   #22710
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buon giorno a tutti
sono un tecnico che fa riparazioni da 30 anni
in italia
grazie a tutti
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Hello .. FROM GREECE
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Hello,
I am a little amateur, i have sixty years old, I have passionate about technology. This forum is very good.
Thank you.
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Old Today, 05:10 AM   #22713
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Hello. My nickname is Numb3rTech, but my name is Sonya everywhere too.
I'm 63, retired, disabled (spine injuries) and doing odd electronics repairs for a hobby. I majored in electronics back in the early 70's and have worked in the electrical and electronics fields ever since. Learning microsoldering has been a blast. I hope that I can help others as well as learn. I've taught electrical in college. Thank you for letting me join.
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