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Old 3rd Apr 2020, 8:32 pm   #1
toby222
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Default Levell TM5 transistor tester manual? Review?

I am looking for a manual for a Levell TM5 transistor tester. Does anyone have any experience with this tester? Would the TM12 be an upgrade from the TM5? I need a decent tester to check small and large signal transistors.

Thanks in advance for the input!
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Old 9th Apr 2020, 6:02 pm   #2
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Default Re: Levell TM5 transistor tester manual? Review?

I have just been restoring a TM-5 that I bought on e-bay, it had suffered water damage and the pots and switches were rusty, one pot had totally siezed.
Anyway, I traced the circuit as I went, I just need to tidy it up and i will post it if thats any help.
Meanwhile I attach a scan of the operating instructions that were attached to the underside.
Peter
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