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    Hello,

    I dont know if this is in the right forum sorry.

    I'm looking for manuals (service and or user) for the FOR-A FA-300/300P
    Does someone have them?

    Kind regards,

    Maarten
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    More information would help.... What is a 'FOR-A FA-300/300P'? And is that the brand or the model?

    A Mod can move the thread if it's in the wrong Forum.

    And welcome to our forums.
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    looks like a time base converter - https://www.google.com/#q=FOR-A+FA-300%2F300P
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  4. The manufacturer's site has manuals for some later models. They might be somewhat useful.
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  5. P.S. One minute with Google turned this up:

    www.broadcaststore.com/pdf/model/9726/9726.pdf

    This was so easy to find that I assume it is not what you were looking for. I guess it is just the brochure, but perhaps it will provide a little bit of information that you are looking for.
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    Thanks for the reactions. Yes, i found the brochure already, but i am looking for a user or servicemanual for this Time Base Corrector... I hope someone can help me
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    Closest thing available on the web is the 370 manual. Maybe it has enough information for you.
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    Unfortunately it's a whole different model, not many similarities
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  9. The company appears to still be in business. I'd just use the phone and call them.
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  10. I hope you did not spend a lot of money for this FOR-A: if it isn't working perfectly, it may not be worth fixing. I've tried several of these old FOR-A "pizza box" TBCs, and none were any good for VHS. They've pretty much aged to the point of uselessness: they require complete rebuilding as opposed to mere servicing. Many of them can't reliably filter Macrovision out of a VHS signal. If possible, I'd recommend looking for a more recent unit like Hotronic AP-41.
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    It's working flawlessly but i saw the huge amount of electrolytic capacitors in it yes I just want the manual for reference purposes
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