Re: Electronic technician to Repair Onan PCBs
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No, none of the above.
In about 2006, I met a Dutch or German guy in Cartegena, Colombia who repaired things like this without knowing anything about its functionality. Maybe he was one in a million. He repaired a sat phone for me replacing a capacitor and another part in the power supply and a resistor and something else in the transmitter. I did not have an account for the sat phone, so he could not test it with a connection, but said it was transmitting and should connect with an account. He was correct. He had never worked on a sat phone before. He typically worked on old TVs for the locals and for sailors visiting there he repaired radars, GPS, Radios, and other navigation items. He refused to work on computers even though he said he could repair almost any electronic issue. I think I know why he refused to repair computers. It was the dinosaur effect.
Obviously, my search for somebody like this is the last resort.
On Mon, Mar 15, 2021 at 10:04 AM Ryan Meador <ryan.d.meador@...> wrote: