Introduction

Many faults are plain to see if you only look. But when they're not, you need some level of understanding of how things work in order to make progress.

In the Restart Wiki we have a collection of articles covering everything from volts and amps to the theory of radios and power supplies.

  • If you want to get up to speed quickly or revise the basics, this 50 minute tutorial based on a Restart training session is just the thing!

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If your volts, amps and ohms are a bit rusty (or even non-existent) then we have a simple introduction that anyone should be able to follow.
  • If your volts, amps and ohms are a bit rusty (or even non-existent) then we have a simple introduction that anyone should be able to follow.

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Black Friday
Broken doesn't stand a chance.
We have 3 pages covering electronic components - how to recognise them, what they do and how they sometimes fail:

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Batteriescome in all shapes and sizes, and different types, some rechargeable and some throw-away. Here's pretty much all you need to know.
  • Batteriescome in all shapes and sizes, and different types, some rechargeable and some throw-away. Here's pretty much all you need to know.

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Finally for this section of the wiki we cover:
  • Finally for this section of the wiki we cover:

    • Electric motors - different types and how they work.

    • Power supplies - they quite often fail, and to fix them you need to understand how they work.

    • How Radios Work. They contain a mass of components but if you at least understand roughly how they work you'll stand a much better chance of fixing them.

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Conclusion

Now, you're an expert!

Philip Le Riche

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