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Old 5th February 2012, 01:02 AM   #1
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Default Transformer Mounting Direction

Just to make sure this is the best way to mount a couple of transformers (Power and Output). I poked around a few threads and it seems for closer mounting in a limited size chassis it's better to align them so the lamination is 90 degrees twisted and not inline.

Spacing between the power trans and output trans is about an inch, which looks a bit further apart then my Dynaco MkIII's.

This is for my EZ260A project

EZ260A Grommes 260A Project


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