Reply-To: "James Sweet"
From: "James Sweet"
Subject: Re: problem reading a circuit diagram
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NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 14 Oct 2002 03:07:23 GMT
Organization: AT&T Broadband
Date: Mon, 14 Oct 2002 03:07:23 GMT
J is a jack or plug, generally a wiring harness going off to some other
"sympatico news" wrote in message
> Hi, I'm kinda new to this stuff in a way, I've always been handy for
> soldering etc, but I've never really learned how to read circuit diagrams
> how ohm law and that type of stuff works, but I'm learning finding it
> interesting. Anyways, I have a question about this schematic for a guitar
> in section A1 of page 1 in the box that says effects, I really don't have
> clue what is going on here. J52 to goes as a straight wire and does
> this: ------v What is that??? I also don't understand where they wire
> to cross over itself to form a kind of box? with 94 under it? these
> look like they are numbered J38 and J40 bu those numbers are also close to
> the -------v 's same also goes for where it says "send" and "hidwni" or
> something like that aswell as it has some numbers around it. if you look
> over to A8 on this same page you will also see the footswitch box which
> similar symbols.
> And while I'm asking on page three how do I tell which type of transformer
> to use?? it says 70500207 but i can't find anything about that number, and
> shouldn't there be an output transformer and a power transformer? I can
> find one transformer on this diagram, and at the bottom of page 3 it has
> three boxes: domestic, Export, and 100v. I have no idea what is going on
> Thanks sssoooooo much! I'm really excited about finding this newsgroup and
> hope i get to learn a lot, and at an excelerated rate!
> Thanks again,