CB Radio repair books, Needed,,,, Cobra, Uniden, Midland, Sam's Photofact CB Repair manual..

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baconater4749

Joined Dec 17, 2020
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Hello world, new here,I am wondering if anyone has any CB repair books or any Sam's Photofact manuals they are not using and just collecting dust. I am starting to learn electronic repairs, and CB repair during this Corona outbreak crap, and could use repair manuals. I am willing to pay, but I do not have ton's of money as I am also on the sit at home track with not much coming in. But I will do what I can do. Please help me out, I need to keep myself busy or I will go nuts. Please e-mail me, <snip>. I appreciate any manuals at all, I do have some equipment that I purchased before this pandemic started. Have a great Holiday season, Please and manuals,,Sam's Photofact's CB manual,,PLEASE...Mark,,from Cedar Lake,IN.

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baconater4749

Joined Dec 17, 2020
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Hello, THANK YOU very much for the link, lots of stuff. With these downloads, do they have any Alignment manuals for the Cobra, seem to all be schematics, which I could definitely use, but I am need of alignment's, after I did a total Capacitor overhaul, need to re-align these little puppies. Any ideas for the alignment books. Thanks again,Mark....
 

Dodgydave

Joined Jun 22, 2012
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Get yourself a good scope and a RF power meter , a set of plastic tuning trimmers , nearly all radios are trimmed up from the first stage to the final output stage.
 

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baconater4749

Joined Dec 17, 2020
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Get yourself a good scope and a RF power meter , a set of plastic tuning trimmers , nearly all radios are trimmed up from the first stage to the final output stage.
Hello, I gave a Hantek DSO5102P, 100MHz Oscilloscope, DDS Signal Generator, Freq counter, tinySA Spectrum Analyzer, ESR02 PRO Transistor Checker, ect.. Meters, Analog, Digital, plastic screwdrivers, I do have just about every thing, and I believe I have enough equipment to do the job correctly. Thank you for replying back,, Mark, Happy Holidays.
 

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baconater4749

Joined Dec 17, 2020
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Thank you to all who helped me out, this is a good learning start. Been working on a 1977 Midland 77-882 old 40 channel CB. I got the voltage going with a bad transistor for the power inverter or supply, changed all the Electrolytic Capacitors, working on the receive now. Taking my time and trying to learn the ropes of a CB radio. Thanks for the information, Mark
 
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