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    Heyboer HTS--4664 power transformer 325-0 200ma

    Hi All,
    Searched for a long time, so long I ran out of wine, have found a few resellers, but not able to find this transformer.
    Its mentioned in the Weatherford Supro Thunderbolt S6420 schematic. Wondering if anyone knows where I could get one. Emailed Heyboer, didn't get an answer yet.
    Thanks.

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    Sometimes Arlyn is slow to reply. If they still don't reply after a few days, if you call I'm sure they can help. THey will make pretty much whatever you want as far as I know.

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    Good deal, thanks, I'll wait and call Monday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikepukmel View Post
    Good deal, thanks, I'll wait and call Monday.
    Yeah just call them. If you give them the transformer number they will have records for it and can build it for you. They originally cloned that transformer for the customer that I had who had three original T-bolts with one PT blown, so he had 5 made which was their minimum order at the time. I got one of them for my future T-bolt build actually. His three amps when I overhauled them contributed to Sean Weatherford's schematic, along with some of the other guys who contributed besides me. The transformer from Heyboer bolted right in and functioned the same as the originals.

    Greg

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    Quote Originally Posted by soundmasterg View Post
    Yeah just call them. If you give them the transformer number they will have records for it and can build it for you. They originally cloned that transformer for the customer that I had who had three original T-bolts with one PT blown, so he had 5 made which was their minimum order at the time. I got one of them for my future T-bolt build actually. His three amps when I overhauled them contributed to Sean Weatherford's schematic, along with some of the other guys who contributed besides me. The transformer from Heyboer bolted right in and functioned the same as the originals.

    Greg
    Awesome, thanks Greg. I did get a note back from Arlyn, will buy from them.

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