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Old 2nd Apr 2013, 4:16 pm   #1
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Default "Silver Marshall 30" H.T. cap values?

A relative recently brought me one of these that he bought at a rally several years ago. Telling me there was not much wrong with it I have started to have a go.
He was wrong, superficiality it looks quite good, but as you would image for a set this age, time and has taken it's toll as well as a bit of valve swapping before he got it I think.
There does not appear to be much info on here about this set, my first question is what are the values of the Caps across the H.T. the five in the big rectangular tin can all measure a few nF not uF.


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