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Peter Hughes
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31.Aug.09 09:48

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Hallo

I just bought a Telefunken T4347GWK on ebay. Sadly it has been "verbastelt"!

I wonder if someone can provide some pics of the inside. My seems to be missing the mains autotrafo.

Braucht man, eigentlich, ein Autotrafo mit 220V ?

 

Peter

This article was edited 01.Sep.09 00:00 by Peter Hughes .

Martin Steyer
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01.Sep.09 18:35

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Dear Peter,

my radio is fixed wired for 220 V (AC or DC), there is no "Autotrafo" in the cabinet. I think the trafo was an additional option for 110 and 125 V AC to raise the anode voltage for the tubes.

Some years ago I tried to dismantle the cabinet, but I did not know how to do that.... Because in my radio the VEL11 is missing, I made no further attempts for repairing the appliance.

 

Greetings,

Martin

 

Peter Hughes
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05.Sep.09 00:34

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Hallo Martin,

Many thanks for your reply.

Yes, I see you are right.  The auto transformer is not necessary for 220V

(Actually in Australia we have 240 volts!).  I was able to get my cabinet apart OK. It has a VEL11, but I don't know if it's good. It seems a hrd tube to find.

All the best

Peter

  
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