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Old 4th June 2005, 02:44 AM   #11
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Does the attached file make sense for my wiring arrangement?

I notice that there is 20V dc between PG+ and PG-... does this make any sense at all?
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Does the attached file make sense for my wiring arrangement?

I notice that there is 20V dc between PG+ and PG-... does this make any sense at all?

nope. you are using your center-tapped (assuming from how you drew your diagram) transfo as a true dual secondary transfo.

refer to brian's user guide, there is a section explaining how to wire center-taps to his rectifier pcbs.
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Does the attached file make sense for my wiring arrangement?
This wiring schematic will blow fuse. CT tranny ground not wired to rectifier board.
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I found this thread which may be useful for you.

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