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re valve cleaning


gm4plm <simon@...>
 

No I don't think so Richard!

the conversations have been quite valuable actually and the valve-
finger stock connection with very dirty tubes was the worrying part.
But what particularly worried me was how to clean the valves without
damaging them. I actually had no idea apart from one comment in an
article which does not actually work!

I definately learnt something today and hopefully that will be use
to someone else in the future!

Don't think I will be washing the cavity! Its nice and shiney now -
nicotine certainly damages equipment more than I ever realised!

regards

Simon GM4PLM




--- In ukmicrowaves@y..., richard bown <richard.bown@b...> wrote:
I do hope this mailing list is'nt going to become a "MY 2C39 IS
SHINER
THAN YOURS !!!" type of group.
All very well cleaning the grid and anode rings, the finger stock
in the
cavity needs to have a low impedance path as well.

So I suppose the next will be which dishwasher cleans cavity's best
!!!:(((
--
Best regards & 73
Richard Bown, G8JVM

Tel +44 1952 502550
Mobile 07850 865224










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richard bown <richard.bown@...>
 

I do hope this mailing list is'nt going to become a "MY 2C39 IS SHINER
THAN YOURS !!!" type of group.
All very well cleaning the grid and anode rings, the finger stock in the
cavity needs to have a low impedance path as well.

So I suppose the next will be which dishwasher cleans cavity's best
!!!:(((
--
Best regards & 73
Richard Bown, G8JVM

Tel +44 1952 502550
Mobile 07850 865224










75167




JVM RF & EMC Solutions Ltd. Registered office, Park View, Chapel St,
Telford TF4 3DD. Registered in the United Kingdom 3538979