I worked 10 hours today, and screwed off for two additional hours. The
product of my screwing off. A unpotted Keltron!
I also revealed some VERY interesting facts about this unit by doing
so. But I can't let all the cats out of the bag yet ;)
These pics are publicly hosted for about a year. If you have a site
with vector info on it, please take copies and host. Else these will be
lost sooner or later =(
For those just tuneing in on the Cine Keltron unit, the back half of
the unit was a dielectricly potted mystery. A few spots on the flyback
had to be left alone as they supported legs for flyback secondaries.
Here it is uncovered.
PS. who's got a dead Penn Trans or WinTron for me to do next?
"Matty-t" <matt...@audio-doctors.com> wrote in message
Art, man, you should know what happens when someone doesn't empty the
coin bucket often enough! Those damn quarters get EVERYWHERE!
That *was* good for a chuckle ;)
But you know, size comparison of the flyback to a quarter.
Art M - Artfromny wrote:
> I worked 10 hours today, and screwed off for two additional hours. The
> product of my screwing off. A unpotted Keltron!
> - Matt
> PS. who's got a dead Penn Trans or WinTron for me to do next?
What some people will do to avoid buying used parts on eBay!
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