HOW TO DIAGNOSE AND FIX EVERYTHING ELECTRONIC

“How to Diagnose and Fix Everything Electronic,” by Michael Jay Geier; $25 from TAB Books, MHProfessional.com.

When I was a lad, Bob says, there were repair shops for just about everything. If your radio or TV or blender, stopped working, you took it to a place that fixed those things. Nowadays, you just junk it and buy another.

No need, says the author. He tells you how to set up your own repair shop and describes the few tools you need and how to isolate problems. The examples include seemingly impossible to repair items like video recorders and DVD players. This is not for the faint of heart, but it’s not rocket science either.

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