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Old 8th May 2024, 8:08 am   #1
Jac
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Default Unknown LOPT.

I would very much appreciate any help with identifying a LOPT I have.

It has a high self inductance.
Dimensions: 8 x 8.5 x 6.5 cm

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It was mounted in the top of a Philips 383A TV, instead of the original LOPT.
No idea if it did work...

The original LOPT is much smaller and should be mounted beneath the chassis.

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Thanks for your help!
Jac
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