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siemens: K32GWB; Wishing to reconnect loose wire for UY11 tube

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Samuel Baker
 
 
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02.Apr.11 22:53

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While removing my K32 from its case, a wire has come loose from its connection. It is a brown wire that you can see in the attached photo.  I cannot determine where on the UY11 this brown wire attaches. It goes back into the radio into a wire bundle that I do not wish to disturb. Can you assist me, in determining where this wire connects?

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This article was edited 03.Apr.11 07:32 by Wolfgang Bauer .

Reiner Scholz
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04.Apr.11 18:23

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Dear Samuel,

I am having a NORA chassis wich is the forerunner of SIEMENS K32.

At the place shown on your pictures a sreened cable is leading to a coupling of wich I believe, it´s a grammophon coupling. The screen is going to the center, the inside cable to one of the round jacks.

At your chassis there should be another single cable, violet or blue, coming through a hole just beside the big one and leading to the 2nd jack.

 

Regards

Reiner

 

This article was edited 04.Apr.11 18:43 by Reiner Scholz .

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Hi again,

I just discovered, you are not talking about the thick brown cable but the smaller one marked by a red lasso and arrow. However the answer remains the same. :-)

Reiner

 

Samuel Baker
 
 
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05.Apr.11 00:18

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Hello Reiner,

Thank you very much for the information.  Of course, as soon as I read your reply, I remembered seeing the wire go the gramaphone connection in the past!

Best Regards,

Sam Baker

 

  
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