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Old 11-21-2008 - fine art of fault finding - Analog - Voltage Talk forum
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has anyone here ever read the book the fine art of fault finding?
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No, tell us about it.

Do you have a link to a preview or review?
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here is the book. megger.com sells it http://www.electricalstoreonline.com...er=&Product=20

i didnt get a chance to read it yet but i was wondering if anyone else had
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I'm not a huge fan of books published by manufacturer's.

It does appear to be an interest read though...
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I'm not a huge fan of books published by manufacturer's.

It does appear to be an interest read though...
i do like the books from megger. i have a big thick circuit breaker book from avo. and the book a stitch in time from megger on insulation testing is probably the best book on that subject matter. anyone that asks me about meggering thats the book i reccomend. im not really a super expert on that subject but mdshunk and the other guys from mike holts forum helped me gain the knowledge
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