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Fluke 77-IV Copper Corrosion

The fourth generation of the classic Fluke 77 shares the same basic design and circuit board as the rest of the 170-series (175, 177, 179).  Apparently a common problem with these circuit boards is the appearance of a white powdery … Continue reading

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Fluke 8020A LCD Replacement

Fluke introduced the 8020A in the late 1970s as its first handheld DMM.  These 3½-digit, 2000-count models can still be found on the used market, and can still be very useable, if they’re in working condition.  Unfortunately though, LCD problems … Continue reading

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Fluke 83 DMM Repair

The Fluke 83 Multimeter is part of the 80-series that was introduced in the very late 80s.  This unit is the lowest model in the line-up and has a basic DC accuracy of 0.3%.  It does not have an RMS … Continue reading

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Fluke 8060A Repair

[Updated June 2013, see end of article.] [Also see: newer article on IBM 8060A/AA Refurb] The Fluke 8060A is another early-80s vintage handheld DMM.  With a 4½ digit  20,000-count display, RMS-responding AC bandwidth to 100kHz, and direct readout in dB, … Continue reading

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Fluke 8020B Teardown

This Fluke 8020B DMM dates from somewhere in the early to mid-80s and is an updated version of the 8020A, Fluke’s first handheld DMM. The eBay seller’s description said this one “would not power up”. However, when I installed a … Continue reading

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