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Old 23rd May 2004, 10:31 PM   #1
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Smile peters power humpty kinda

the va is smaller than his but it should look the same when finished. i just ordered the cb microphone jack and socket. and i got to braid some wires

its only 17v with secondarys tested it on my gainclone it works and it sounds a little better at low volts hmm
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finished a little black metalic paint and its finished
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Not bad at all.

What I prefer is to place AC entry module in such way that the switch is to the outside and socket to the center. It's easier to each (find) the button this way
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