Sealey Supermig 195/9 - would a failed bridge rectifier take out the aux transformer?

  1. gaz1

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    where the pics ?:D
     
  2. a111r Member

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    You like pics, why didn't you say!:D I hate photobucket. I have the IT skills of an 8 year old.

    "Please add any pictures as forum attachments rather than using photobucket." :doh:
     
  3. a111r Member

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    I'll try to give this 195/9 a 'work out' and dial it in.
    Last time I did that was in 1995. With a SIP 105 Migmate. On a chassis up restoration of a very rusty classic car.

    It's a big thing for sure. My wife has remarked, a few times, that she's keen for it to be removed from the utility room that I'm supposed to be fitting out.
     
  4. gaz1

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    if on pc we have a upload file bottom right so photobucket isnt needed here

    same thing if on a mobile phone

    both need to search for pic in either pc or phone all depends if forum software allows it but mine does
     
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  5. a111r Member

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    OK, giving photos a try....
    That was easy!

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  6. a111r Member

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    Tested it on a scrap door skin yesterday, 0.8 wire, so putting some heat in on power level 2.:D
    Seems to be working grand. Thanks to all who contributed!

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