[time-nuts] 10811-60111 needs repair

Tommy phone tholmes at woh.rr.com
Mon Feb 24 17:03:33 EST 2014


Hi Dan ...
Thanks for that info; I wish that was all it it but I have bypassed the tiny(amp-wise) fuse and that did not help anything so i have concluded that there is more wrong, like maybe the oscillator circuit has a problem.
Part of reason is that my time is limited us I have poked into it far enough to see that further damage caused by me is more likely than repair. As Dirty Harry Callahan once said in a movie, "a man's got to know his limitations". 
Thanks for the suggestion.

From Tom Holmes


> On Feb 24, 2014, at 11:52 AM, Dan Rae <danrae at verizon.net> wrote:
> 
>> On 2/24/2014 8:26 AM, Tom Holmes wrote:
>> Is there anyone on the list who repairs these guys. The one I have is dead
>> and I would like to get it going again.
> Tom, the most common fault with these is the thermal fuse going open circuit.  If that's your problem then fixing it yourself might be easier than sending it out...
> 
> I had one with a dead thermistor; that was a little bit trickier.  A lot in the archives on these, I'm sure.
> 
> Dan  ac6ao
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