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 Post subject: Raytheon m1601 blowing fuses
PostPosted: Mar Sat 21, 2020 6:12 pm 
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I have recapped a Raytheon M1601 but when I power it up, the fuse blows in the high voltage cage. Someone in the past attempted to repair this set and did a terrible job. Can spmeone show or tell me exactly what is physically attached to the bottoms of each 1X2 tube?


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 Post subject: Re: Raytheon m1601 blowing fuses
PostPosted: Mar Sat 21, 2020 10:22 pm 
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Aside from a tube socket under each, there will be a pair of ceramic standoffs. The schematic will show what goes where. I doubt you'll find the answer in there. Check the two damper filters and see if the oscillator is running. (betcha it ain't) That little fuse is your friend. Many sets lacked that. Craig


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