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Old 11th Jun 2018, 5:48 pm   #21
normanmk1
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Default Re: WS19 mains converter

Thank you for the follow up information.
David -Your offer of help ref the licence is appreciated - I expect that I will certainly need it!
G6TANUKI - Thank you for reminding me about that aspect of the ws19.
All the best,
Kev.
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Old 12th Jun 2018, 6:51 am   #22
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Default Re: WS19 mains converter

If you manage to get the WS 19 set working on receive, for HF bands only, it wight be wise to lift the caps of the E-1148 tube (V7-A) and the 6K7G (V1D).

Those circuits oscillate if the B set is switched on, even when the mike pressel isn't closed.
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Old 12th Jun 2018, 5:23 pm   #23
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Hi Steve,
Thanks for that - I hadn't thought about that.
Kev.
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