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Hi, I'm going to show you how to make a tiny TV/Oscilloscope. You will be working with a Cathode Ray tube which requires high volts and high pressure ...
You will need... Tools: + A soldering Iron/Gun* + Solder* + A small phillips screwdriver* + A Hot Melt glue gun + Hot Melt Glue + Scissors Electroni...
Before you get started, you will have to take apart the viewfinder/microphone. Pretty fun actually. Pictures are here to help.
Take out the video section of the viewfinder. Don't break any wires or anything and be very careful not to get shocked. Capacitors inside may still ho...
This is frustrating. You have to figure out what is power in and video in. Hook up a nine volt to random wires to find out. If the screen lights up, y...
Have fun. Think, Cut, Solder, Sweat, Get Burned, Yell F*ck, Stomp around, Rest, Build, Freak out when it don't work, Cry, Scream, Pee, Wash Hands, Bui...
Get the glue gun ready and build a thingamabob out of the craft box to make it look nice. It also may be a good idea to cut a hole for the screen... ...
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