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Ex TV repair engineer. Collector of 405 line, dual standard, single standard B/W and colour TV sets and video recorders
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RE: Philips N1500 Service Manual: English Version

Cheers Chris, I always try to get the scans as good as I can and if I'm not happy I will keep trying until I am. Hopefully it will be useful to those who have a machine. It actually wasn't that bad in...

In forum Service Data

3 years ago
RE: Bell icon

It's on YouTube Frank. If you click on the link to the video there is a bell symbol that appears under the video window (I'm on my phone so it might be somewhere else on a PC) this will alert you to n...

In forum News Desk

3 years ago
Baird T29A/T29U Rear cover details

Does anyone own a Baird T29? I have just aquired this set but the rear cover is missing. I am after any pictures, sizes and details of its construction so I can try and make one or get one made. Or if...

In forum Items for Sale, Wanted, Swaps or F.O.C.

3 years ago
RE: 1973 DECCA CS1830/B

Well done Chris! ? Glad you finally got the set you have been after for so many years.

In forum Colour Television

3 years ago
RE: Cleaning Video Heads

We used to use a lint free cloth wrapped over a finger, place finger and cloth over the top of the bottle of IPA and invert the bottle to apply a bit of IPA to the cloth. Then place finger/cloth again...

In forum Video Recorders, CED, LaserVision, DVD & DTV

3 years ago
RE: 1977 Philips N1700: Player No #1 repair

Hi Chris, I also find them interesting and useful. Keep it going.

In forum Video Recorders, CED, LaserVision, DVD & DTV

3 years ago
RE: 1974 Philips N1500: Finally!

Posted by: Doz Would it be possible to ditch the switch totally, and operate a bunch of small relays with a microswitch operated by the lever? No mean feat in itself, but I've been tempted with this s...

In forum Video Recorders, CED, LaserVision, DVD & DTV

3 years ago
RE: 1974 Philips N1500: Finally!

Is it posible to work out what connections need to be made (for playback / EE modes) and at what time this happens durring the operation of the switch? If a replacement switch can't be found then I'm...

In forum Video Recorders, CED, LaserVision, DVD & DTV

3 years ago
RE: 1974 Philips N1500: Finally!

Are all contacts used in the switch? If not, is it possible to use any unused contacts in the damaged positions.

In forum Video Recorders, CED, LaserVision, DVD & DTV

3 years ago
RE: 1974 Philips N1500: Finally!

The only reason for suggesting it could be a switch issue, is that I have been caught out many times on the N1700 with exactly the same fault as you had described. Fingers crossed you will be back up ...

In forum Video Recorders, CED, LaserVision, DVD & DTV

3 years ago
RE: 1974 Philips N1500: Finally!

I don't know if it is similar on the N1500 to the N1700 but is there any kind of switch that is operated by the play button being pressed that has become disengaged?

In forum Video Recorders, CED, LaserVision, DVD & DTV

3 years ago
RE: HR-7700EK Arrived

Posted by: Red_to_Black These always had an "industrial look" about them with the feet on the back, I always wondered too what the purpose of the modulator position was as well ??? I guess there was ...

In forum Video Recorders, CED, LaserVision, DVD & DTV

3 years ago
RE: HR-7700EK Arrived

Posted by: Jayceebee You have the later smaller and reduced component count mechacon which is also fitted to mine, downside is that I've been unable to find a circuit for this version so like me I hop...

In forum Video Recorders, CED, LaserVision, DVD & DTV

3 years ago
RE: HR-7700EK Arrived

Here are a few more pictures from inside the machine. The PSU Attachment : PSU.jpg RF modulator. I was looking for the output adjustment and here it is in the bottom of the machine access from ...

In forum Video Recorders, CED, LaserVision, DVD & DTV

3 years ago
RE: HR-7700EK Arrived

Hi John, That's 3 of us who have just got one of these machines then, as I know BRC3000 has also just got the JVC version. I have also read/heard about the picture quality issues, but as yet I can't c...

In forum Video Recorders, CED, LaserVision, DVD & DTV

3 years ago
RE: HR-7700EK Arrived

It's the roller bar part that I didn't like, as you say the rest of it is bomb proof! ? Edit: I have the Ferguson 3V23 manual somewhere, it's about 2 inches thick.

In forum Video Recorders, CED, LaserVision, DVD & DTV

3 years ago
RE: HR-7700EK Arrived

It certainly looks well built like all machines of this type from this era. The only thing I'm not keen on is the type of cassette housing used, the same type was also used in the 3V31/3V32.

In forum Video Recorders, CED, LaserVision, DVD & DTV

3 years ago
HR-7700EK Arrived

Here is a very clean and semi working example of the JVC HR-7700EK VCR. I picked it up yesterday and has been in the same family from new and was stored working when they purchased a new NICAM machine...

In forum Video Recorders, CED, LaserVision, DVD & DTV

3 years ago
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