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Sherlock Ohms: Beeping Oven Called for a Debugging

Sherlock Ohms: Beeping Oven Called for a Debugging - RF CafeSherlock Ohms is a regular feature of Design News that presents submissions from readers about troubleshooting challenges and how they were solved. This particular adventure reminds me of a very recent experience I had when troubleshooting a 1970s Vintage Snoopy Phone Showing Bug Exoskeleton and Filth - RF Cafevintage Snoopy telephone that I bought on eBay. The listing stated that it wasn't working, but I figured it wouldn't be too hard to fix. It turns out that the problem was not due to a bug - click on the thumbnail to see how it relates to the story "Beeping Oven Called for a Debugging."








Posted  January 2013
 
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