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Old 7th September 2005, 08:59 AM   #1
NINfan is offline NINfan  Uzbekistan
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Default Toroid shorting out

Hi I'm about to embark on my very first amplifier and have some questions I'm sure you may find silly but I would still appreciate any help.

1.How do I protect the toroid from shorting out(since it will be sitting inside a steel case)

2.Where's a good place to get a chassis?
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