You might also want to try the TS-940 Group
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> Sent: Friday, October 23, 2009 10:49 AM
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> Subject: [Amps] cooked exciter -
> Well, It looks like I cooked some other board in the TS-940s not the
> relay circuit.
> I thought I had to much current (150ma) going into the relay on the rig
> keying the amp..
> After a quick look last night I didn't see anything obvious.
> Was wondering if its just a coincidence that it cooked (something) or
> something in the amp caused
> some issue. I am feeding the GU-84b to the grid thru a .02 500v disc
> Although I used a tuner
> to separate the rig from the amp .Also coming directly off the tetrode
> boards the 12vdc keying circuit possible had
> noise or something on it causing an issue.
> thoughts? Lots of speculation I know but now I'll go back thru the
> and make it a little more less susceptible to
> leaking rf or noise into the '940s or whatever I run it with from now
> chuck ~ka1mwp
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