On Sat, 06 Feb 1999 12:29:49 +0900 ohashi <email@example.com>
>HV meter of my Henry 2KD-5 shows strange.
>Immediate after POWER ON, indicates 3.0KV and moving up
>to 3.2 KV 2 minutes later at stand-by state (no idle current to
>3-500Z x2). Is this a sign of bad HV capacitor ?
It could indicate a problem. Or it could be component drift in the
metering circuit. If possible try measuring the HV with a known good VOM
and test leads adequate to the task.
>PS: Strange symptom of my amp which I reported two month ago
>(parasitic osc ?) has been disappeared after cleaning and securely
>fastening sockets and plate caps and swapping location of 3-500Z's
>each other. TNX Carl !
You are welcome Kazuo.
GL/73 Carl KM1H
>'73 de JA2DHC/1 Kazuo Ohashi
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