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Mark Pennington
 
 
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07.Jul.20 20:59
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Hello all:

 

I need to replace an ECL86 board mounted socket.  It is a 9 pin socket with a center shield that looks to be grounded.  Does anyone know where I can find that type of socket?  Can it be replaced with a 9 pin socket that isn't grounded?

 

Thanks for any help.

 

Mark

Dan Ludington
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07.Jul.20 21:07
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Hello just do a internet seach for 9 pin socket non grounded surface mounted tube sockets,i found many to choose from many sellers.

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Jacob Roschy
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07.Jul.20 21:44
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Hello,

the ECL86 needs urgently a socket with grounded center shield !

JR

Bernhard Nagel
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07.Jul.20 23:52
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Hello Mark,

please check these ebay.de auctions: 363033725052 , 362965552894 , 362691166280 , 363033725042

These are used sockets with grounded center shield, but nice old quality from around the 1960s. And the seller (it's not me ...) will ship worldwide.

Regards
Bernhard

This article was edited 07.Jul.20 23:58 by Bernhard Nagel .

Mark Pennington
 
 
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Thank you Bernhard.  I hadn't checked international ebay, only US.  I appreciate it.

Mark

Mark Pennington
 
 
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08.Jul.20 16:46
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Thank you.  That's what I thought.  My schematic does not show it being grounded which is why I asked.

 

Mark

  
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