Re: Isolating a CRT-multiplier problem


Don Black <donald_black@...>
 

I meant you'd have to disconnect the heater transformer connections wherever they join the HV supply, not just unplug the socket.

Don Black.

On 27-Sep-13 12:37 PM, larrys@... wrote:
 

Don Black wrote:
> Just unplugging the socket would still leave the heater connected to the
> transformer. You'd have to disconnect (unsolder?) the heater leads.

Aren't we talking about a 465/475/465B or similar here? The heater
is pins 1 & 14 of the crt socket.
-ls-


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