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Perfect for the do-it-yourselfer, this handy guide to household electronics gives the weekend workbench enthusiast a multitude of ideas on how to salvage valuable parts from old electronics and turn them into useful gadgets once more. This handbook is loaded with information and helpful tips for disassembling old and broken electronics. Each of the more than 50 deconstruction projects includes a treasures cache of the components to be found, a required tools list, and step-by-step instructions with photos on how to safely extract the working components. Projects include building a desk lamp from an old flatbed scanner, a barbeque supercharger from a Dustbuster impeller, and a robot from the gears, rollers, and stepper motor found in an ink-jet printer. Now, old VHS players and fax machines will find new life with these fun ideas.The inexpensive motors used in low-end radio-controlled cars run at speeds too fast to operate the cars, so gears are inserted to ... want to operate the car or its circuit board, look on the bottom of the car for the frequency of the control signal a€”it will be either 27 ... Connect the wires that ran to the original motors to motors or lights or buzzers in your new device. remote control (toy) Unscrewed Value Index.

Author:Ed Sobey
Publisher:Chicago Review Press - 2011-06-01


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