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How to read schematics. A tutorial

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I’d had a good amount of questions on my arcade repair videos about how I knew “what went where”, so I made this for people who hadn’t yet needed to read a schematic.

hope it helps some people with their repairs. Schematics can seem daunting until you know how to read them...then they become as easy as reading anything else :)
 

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This is amazing for accessability and giving people the mental tools they need for doing repairs.
I'm just beginning my journy into the repair and restoral world, so this is appreciated, thank you!
 

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This is amazing for accessability and giving people the mental tools they need for doing repairs.
I'm just beginning my journy into the repair and restoral world, so this is appreciated, thank you!
glad you liked it. I enjoy making them. Then again I’m a college film professor so really I like teaching anything
 
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