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Old 7th Jun 2020, 4:22 pm   #41
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Default Re: Philips SBC850 Multimeter

Well done.

That makes the burnt out resistor in post #30 14.3R (Brown, Yellow, Orange, Gold) and the resistor next to it 143R (Brown, Yellow, Orange, Black).
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Old 19th Aug 2020, 5:28 pm   #42
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Probably I'm too late but I have this meter in original working condition, so if you still need any info please let me know!
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Old 2nd Sep 2020, 1:48 pm   #43
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Ciao Luca certo che sei utilissimo se il tuo ancora funziona ti prego di postare una foto del circuito dove si vedano bene le resistenze cosi risolviamo tutti!

Hi Luca sure that you are very useful, if yours still works please post a photo of the circuit, where you can see the resistances well so we can solve them all!
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Old 18th Sep 2020, 4:28 pm   #44
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Probably I'm too late but I have this meter in original working condition, so if you still need any info please let me know!
It would be wonderful if you posted some photos of the high resolution resistors, so anyone who has an SBC850 with this problem can solve it !! In the whole web there is nothing like it, only here is there information about it!
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