[time-nuts] HP-5370B question

Had had at to-way.com
Mon May 2 20:59:27 EDT 2005


All of the 5370B's I've used run quite hot. 60c is where it really starts 
to hurt, fingers that is.

Had, K7MLR


At 05:37 PM 5/2/2005, you wrote:
>I have an HP-5370B which has a power supply heatsink that
>runs uncomfortably hot to the touch.(about 50C)  The unit
>appears to function just fine and the cooling fan is without
>dust or air blockage.
>
>Has anyone else noticed this "problem"?  I'd rather not
>dive-in and try to troubleshoot something that isn't really
>broken. Although a hot heatsink isn't good for reliability.
>
>All power supply voltages at the labeled internal test points
>seem fine. I do not have a schematic or service manual on
>hand.
>
>Thanks in advance.
>
>-Brian Justin, WA1ZMS
>
>
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