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Old 20th May 2024, 4:13 pm   #21
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Default Re: HMV 1940s record player

I have just ordered two replacement capacitors
The old capacitors are 1.3mfd and looked somewhat 'waxy'
The ones I have ordered are 2.2mfd 310v AC
I hope these will be ok

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Default Re: HMV 1940s record player

Well, at last the two capacitors arrived yesterday
Going to keep the capacitors in stock
Just soldered them in
On testing all works fine speed fine
Fully tested through Grampian amplifier all 100% working fine

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