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Offline moboch

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WTB Old/Broken Function Generator
« on: October 07, 2019, 09:20:04 pm »
Hey, I was looking to buy some old analog signal generator. It can also be Broken as it would be a good practice to try and find the problem.
It would be perfect if you're From Germany (or even Munich area) but I'm perfectly fine with international shipping cost.
 

Offline Inconel-oh-el

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Re: WTB Old/Broken Function Generator
« Reply #1 on: October 11, 2019, 09:45:42 pm »
I recently acquired a Wavetek 145 that worked for a few hours then shut off. I've done no debugging to it, but my guess is the output transistors are fried. I already have a function generator, and enough other pieces of equipment to fix.

A full service manual for it is available online, so that is definitely a plus. Unfortunately shipping from the US will probably be higher than what I'd offer you, but if you find no leads locally, PM me.
 

Offline mk_

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Re: WTB Old/Broken Function Generator
« Reply #2 on: October 12, 2019, 10:49:42 am »
Hey, I was looking to buy some old analog signal generator. It can also be Broken as it would be a good practice to try and find the problem.
It would be perfect if you're From Germany (or even Munich area) but I'm perfectly fine with international shipping cost.

I do have an old Wavetec 178. Some years ago it still worked, I think it needs some Cap-replacement and definitly needs some kind of repair of the Keyboard... Location in Austria near Braunau/Altheim. 

Anyway, a lot of digital stuff, a lot of analog stuff inside....

contact me via PM if you are interested.
 


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