In case you’ve not yet found it, the Radios-TV blog and Vrat forum now has a Youtube channel. For many years my blogs and forum threads have always run along the lines of an over the shoulder repair. Documenting each stage with text and photos as an item was brought back to working order. Well now after much persuasion, I’m moving into the 21st century and joined the ranks of Youtube.
Well Radios-TV/Vrat members who are working on a project or fault, might find it useful to share the results of their work or seek assistance with a tricky fault, via a video. Some members may not have or indeed have no desire to set up a channel of their own to present these videos. Most members however do have a smartphone or camera, so why not take advantage and make use this blogs & forums youtube channel?
If you wish to make use of this service then you can upload your video via the “members upload service”. The system will automatically notify me that a video has been uploaded and by whom. I will then transfer and make your video available via the forums youtube channel, then e-mail you the video link so you can embed it in a forum post.
Thus far one member (Brian R) has used the service to demo his B&W Thorn TV faults and of course many of you will have seen the videos I have posted on the Thorn 9600 and recently the Philips N1500 and N1700 video repairs.
I think this feature will be of great help to members seeking help with a fault or wishing to show off a particular repair or feature, at the same time adding a new dimension to aid in remote fault diagnosis.
Please help the channel to grow by subscribing and perhaps considering using the service as detailed here, when you next tackle a repair. There’s a short cut to the channel via the hot link bubbles on the right-hand side of the forum.
Here’s another direct link Thanks and hope to see you on the inside………….