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Old 9th November 2007, 09:05 AM   #131
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Yes i have, he made this nice little book fore me (cause he knows that i might use a little longer time than him) i might have the biggest unfinished PCB collection in Denmark
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Old 9th November 2007, 09:17 AM   #132
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.........i might have the biggest unfinished PCB collection in Denmark

like usual - I'll give you expert advice :
send them to me for proper disposal ........

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Old 9th November 2007, 09:55 AM   #133
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Hi choky

sorted the F4 buzz, it was RF from the tranny, just the same problem I had with the F2. For info, the common factor is clairtronic transformers....

This cured it completely:
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Well - thank you fore your expert advise - helpfull and friendly as usual
I'm looking forward to get the pumpkin /shunty PCB's they will look nice in my collection.
I am doing sports 4 or 5 times a week and that gives me less time to DIY - to be honest my children are doing sports i'm just the driver!
Hopefully i'll get a little more time for DIY as they grow older, and then i have a lot of projects laying around - if i can remember where they are at that time...
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Hi choky

sorted the F4 buzz, it was RF from the tranny, just the same problem I had with the F2. For info, the common factor is clairtronic transformers....

This cured it completely:

why on earth you place that drek ditto to input terminals and cables ?

turn it around - place it on blind front plate , place PSU pcb in middle of amp ;

find biggest tuna can , eat what's in it , and make lalalala shildie pot for crummy donut
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patience mon brave, nothing is fitted in that pic, its all just resting in free space......I just took the pic to show the orientation that works.....

btw we don't have tuna tins that large(well maybe we do but I havn't seen one)...but I'm going to mount the tranny on a bracket in roughly the same place it is shown and turn the ps board round 90 degrees where is has more room.........its not artistic, but hey it works


this is what it looks like when lying flat on the floor in the middle
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patience mon brave, nothing is fitted in that pic, its all just resting in free space......I just took the pic to show the orientation that works.....

btw we don't have tuna tins that large(well maybe we do but I havn't seen one)...but I'm going to mount the tranny on a bracket in roughly the same place it is shown and turn the ps board round 90 degrees where is has more room.........its not artistic, but hey it works


this is what it looks like when lying flat on the floor in the middle

well - since all is sorta dismantled now - try it as I said ;

there is less harm in routing 220 line all the way to front plate , than keeping lousy xformer near sensitive lines

(I didn't invent that , so - don't thank me )
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