BRC 1500 Chassis, D|E|R Advice to Engineers

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All the service data manuals for the 1500 series chassis are to be found in the Radios-TV data library and free-to-view sections of the blog.

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Sean
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8 months ago

Brings back memories of my DER apprenticeship in the early 1980s. As we were based on the coast I would, on occasion, reverse the detector diode so I could watch French TV (it wasn’t perfect as it was the old SECAM 819 standard, but it was better than nothing.) – We could receive France every day, with Belgium and Germany popping up during a tropo lift. The worst memory from the 1500 chassis was one day when I was adjusting the tube magnets and looking in a mirror so the results could be easily seen. As I was making some fine adjustments the chassis swung shut on my hand! The electric shock from that was nasty. I’m glad I was on a rubber mat and only had one hand attached to anything. Pulling my hand out (knee jerk reaction to being shocked) cause a load of damage to said hand: scratches, blood and gouges to the skin. Not to mention the sheer heart-thumping adrenaline rush of the whole thing – I had to sit down for an hour afterwards. Having skin contact with the top cap of the line output valve is not something I would recommend!

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