Would a tile saw work?
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Would a tile saw work?
I just recently (last week) re-stuffed a can cap. All the internal connections were aluminum. I used a dremel to cut the can close to the base, unwound all the paper and foil and snipped the aluminum...
It looks like you could cut most of those fins off, and still have the same cooling.
So why not remove all the wiring and start fresh?
Sometimes pretty good stuff too.
Enzo, your mention of a center speaker reminded me of the Fischer 500c that I owned as a teenager. I just looked up it's schematic, and it has the 4 ohm tap grounded too. Thanks again. I'll be...
Thanks guys. That's what I was thinking. It sounded pretty good to me the last time I used it, about 10 years ago. I'm re-capping it now. and found lots of advice online that I wasn't sure about.
As you can see on the schem. below, the Eico ST70 has it's OT wired so that the 4ohm tap is grounded, not the com. tap. There are lots of online posts, web sites, etc. that say that is a mistake and...
Ive had a couple of headsets develop intermittent breaks at the in line cable control. I don't use those so I just cut them out and re-splice.
Chuck's right. The most likely fault is the wiring, not the pcb or any of it's components.
I use a small electric crock pot from a second hand store.
I admire your persistence. I think I would have told the owner that it couldn't be done, and I'd have to cut them off.
So how did you get them off?
He probably meant 3 deg.
You could probably use the stuff that they use to restore plastic automotive headlight lenses
Wow, that's pretty. Don't some Rick basses have an indentation for the bridge to sit in? Also you can use a feeler gauge with the edge roughed up on a grinder for a nut file. It's not a great file,...
They compiled data during a psych experiment:tape:
I drain caps through an old analog multi meter. I can set it on VDC and watch as the meter drops to 0
Thanks Chuck. Yes jumpering that R gives plenty of trem. I'll try different R values there till I'm happy with the max. I'm not worried about the pot taper.
Ok, I couldn't keep Chuck in suspense any longer. New rectifier has it back the way it was before I went EXTRA stupid.
Yes, I'm done working on it for tonight. Not sure what to check when I get back to it. I do have a light bulb limiter.
My power has been out all day, and I still have a tree laying on my roof. Just prior to the tree falling I did something really embarrassingly stupid. I found this on another forum. "1/ Change the...
I don't have a scope. Could I measure the LFO with an analogue multi meter?
I wonder if it could be not enough resistance in my grid stoppers. The schematic shows 330k, mine are 1.7k. When I first built the amp, I left the grid stoppers off. They are not on the layout that I...
Yeah, I had it wrong. R21 & R22 should be attached to the other end of the grid stops. I had them and the grid stops attached to pin 5. I've moved them now, with no change in the shallow tremolo....
I think I've found my error. I have R21 & R22 soldered to pin 5 of the 6v6 tubes.
R33 is almost exactly 1 meg. I'm still getting very small DC without the tube, about +&- .04v
I just watched a utube video of a silvertone 1472. Now I'm thinking I may have wired something wrong