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D-Lab electronics Basic Training Fender Twin 6L6 Tube amp Red Plate Blowing fuses Troubleshoot

Yes, another fine production of Vintage electronics Basic Training, Air Force style! Lets follow Fred’s step by step procedure and isolate the fault resulting in a dead Fender Blackface twin! The Defcon level is medium risk. The amp has been assigned a Broken Arrow by Fink. Watch and follow along as we troubleshoot and reveal the culprit. This video is part of a series to teach a common approach to repairing old electronics items, This time a Fender Twin tube guitar amp. Let me know if you enjoy this format and more shall follow. Remember, tell your friends, Subscribe and if you wish–https://www.patreon.com/dlab_electronics

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Global Industrial Workbench installed at D-Lab Electronics Shop Expansion My Patreon funds at work

Action 1 of the growth total. Next, I will certainly be relocating onto illumination. It will consist of 12 Eaton Industrial 4 foot LED ceiling place lights. Must supply enough light to carry out surgical procedure! Yes, I recognize in this current world, it may not be the most effective timing, However I think as things come to be harder to get, individuals will transform back to fixing what they have. I wish to be prepared for that modification. D-Lab is increasing. Wish to become part of it? See: https://www.patreon.com/dlab_electronics?fan_landing=true
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D-Lab Electronics Universal Multi section build filter capacitor construction Radio Amp replacement

How to conserve huge cash on multi section radio filter capacitors. A common chassis mount multi section cap will run you regarding $50.00 shipped. You can construct this set on your own for $10.00. The octal base can support any kind of value plan you pick. Radial caps are easily offered. I utilize this approach for many Ham/Shortwave radios as well as smaller tube amplifiers. Excellent service and enjoyable to construct. I have Drake R4 and 2B series on hand.

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D-Lab Electronics Universal Multi section build filter capacitor construction Radio Amp replacement

How to save big money on multi section radio filter capacitors. A typical chassis mount multi section cap will run you about $50.00 shipped. You can build this one yourself for $10.00. The octal base can support any value arrangement you choose. Radial caps are readily available. I use this method for many Ham/Shortwave radios and smaller tube amplifiers. Great solution and fun to build. I have Drake R4 and 2B series on hand.

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How to repair restore Precision Electronics S10 guitar amplifier convert from PA to recording amp

This is the secondly of these S10 amps to strike D-Lab’s bench. At this point the amp powers up, reduced power as expected. If you browse Google for the S10 initial schematic, you will find a dead end.

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How to repair restore Precision Electronics S10 guitar amplifier convert from PA to recording amp

This is the second of these S10 amps to hit D-Lab’s bench. This one came in with a defective power transformer. Lucky I had a drop in solution. So at this point the amp powers up, low power as expected. Years back, I featured a preamp upgrade so you can use this little guy with an electric guitar. This amp will receive the same operation. If you would like to see the original here it is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pIPzU9op3Tw I will be generating a schematic of the update. If you search Google for the S10 original schematic, you will find a dead end. I will supply a clear accurate update so you can also enjoy this machine. More info to follow. TD

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Come meet D-Lab electronics 2020 Electronics Expo Farmington Hills, MI

Yes, we will be there, Feb 1st, Detroit area. I will be shooting video of the event. Then we will be shooting many more clips of vendors, attendees, strange things, mice running out of equipment, People throwing money at D-Lab, sneaking wine in, Marcia with a lamp shade, the sky’s the limit my friends! If you can make it, stop by, see some cool old stuff, smell the dust. We look forward to this every year. More details on thevee.org