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Old 3rd April 2013, 02:45 PM   #1
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Default Help needed on identifing tube

Can anyone please.help on identifing this tube, there is nothing printed on it at all.
Thanks in advance....
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Old 3rd April 2013, 04:28 PM   #2
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First tube seems like my A405 and B406 Miniwatt
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6L6G or 6V6G or similar with a bent pin?

The pictures were not attached correctly and are too small to really look at in detail.. Can you try posting larger attachments?
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Old 3rd April 2013, 11:43 PM   #4
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the three pictures are of the same tubes, its a octal base. without a pin6... a friend of mine said that it looks like a rectifier tube. Could anyone help please....

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Is it possible to see plate structure against light? It helps ... usually ...
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It's not a rectifier, it looks a lot like a 6V6G or 6L6G to me based on what I can see of the plate structure. Do you have access to a tube tester? This would be the best way to identify your tube.
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Old 4th April 2013, 12:31 AM   #7
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too bad too sad, i do not have a tube tester. More picture on the tube. as i can remember i bought it about 9mths back and as far as i can remember i was told that its a rectifier tube, im building a tube power supply, so i need to be sure. Thanks for all input..
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Old 4th April 2013, 12:44 AM   #9
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6L6.

My picture is of a 6BG6, a 6L6 variant, but has the same plate structure.
Most rectifiers use pins 4 and 6 for anode pinouts.

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Pins 2 and 7 should be filament.

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... i was told that its a rectifier tube, im building a tube power supply, so i need to be sure.
Be assured, it is not a recitfier. It's a power pentode of some kind. More then likely a 6L6G as Kevin said. Whoever told you it was a rectifier was wrong. If it did come from a power supply, it was used as a series pass tube as 6L6's often were. And the "dag" coating on the inside of the glass was common on the older 6L6Gs. I have never seen a rectifier tube with an internal dag coating.
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