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  • #17177
    robert clausen
    CVRS Member

    http://pacifictv.ca/schematics/sw20data.pdf

    Hoping one of the members could confirm what this part is. I think it may be a duo cap for C-19 and C-12 on the schematic but I’m not sure. Looking for someone that may be able to either confirm that or tell me what it is before I connect a replacement.

    #17179
    Dan Walker
    CVRS Member

    It looks like it is a capacitor, but I can’t say for sure.
    You would have to trace the leads from the unit and see where they go to and check what you find with the schematic.
    I have had capacitors in the same cardboard containers before,but that does not mean that yours is a cap or multi caps in one container.
    Here are some photos of one that I re stuffed from a Rogers 6R932.
    Dan in Calgary

    #17184
    Dan Walker
    CVRS Member

    It looks like it is a capacitor, but I can’t say for sure.
    You would have to trace the leads from the unit and see where they go to and check what you find with the schematic.
    I have had capacitors in the same cardboard containers before,but that does not mean that yours is a cap or multi caps in one container.
    Here are some photos of one that I re stuffed from a Rogers 6R932
    From the photo we can’t see how many leads come from the unit.
    Dan in Calgary

    #17189
    robert clausen
    CVRS Member

    This is a better pic. The reddish wire goes to pin 2 of tube 42, a black wire goes to the second section of the resistor panel and a blueish wire goes to the terminal board.

    #17191
    Les Dickson
    CVRS Member

    I’ve seen this and like Dan says it’s a container of capacitors that you can stuff with new ones. Just be sure to follow the schematic to determine the needed values.

    #17194
    robert clausen
    CVRS Member

    Thanks Les and Dan for your assistance. I will trace the wiring before securing anything.

    #17195
    John Greenland
    CVRS Member

    Robert,

    If you are reasonably certain that one lead connects to pin 2 of the audio output tube, a 42 , then it is quite likely that these two caps are C11 a 0.05 UF capacitor and C10, a 0.005 UF cap.
    Both have to do with the audio output.
    When you replace them you should probably use caps rated for 600 volts.

    Good luck
    John G.
    VO1 CAT

    #17196
    Dan Walker
    CVRS Member

    Personality I would do a double check and make sure where the wires coming from the cardboard box are going to.

    I have not seen such a small value [.05 and .005] in a cardboard enclosure..Just my thoughts
    Dan in Calgary.

    #17229
    John Bartley
    Forum Participant

    Have a look at C12 (12UF at 25VDC) and C19 (4UF at 350VDC)

    The values are printed on the cardboard cover …. 4/350 and 12/25

    cheers

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