At 05:13 PM 6/23/2007 -0400, Eduardo Somoano wrote:
>Dear friends, I have a serious problem with my Lineal FL2100
>I syntonize the band of 10 meters for the band of 6 meters and worked very
>But today the two resistances harmonic or antiparasito 22 ohn 3watt that go
>between the 572B and the reel of RF of high voltages burned and now I cannot
>use the lineal one.
>Each resistance is the 22ohn and they are very difficult of finding them.
>Is there some other solution to use other resistances or??????????.
>I wait urgent answer of you, thank you in advance.
Yes, you can use a different resistance.
However, there is a reason why they burned up. To reduce the RF voltage
across the resistors and thus reduce the possibility that replacements will
burn up, you may need to decrease the number of turns on the parasitic
How many turns, and of what size wire, are you now using? If these are the
stock suppresors in the FL2100, you probably need to cut the number of wire
turns in half.
How long had the linear worked before the suppressors burned up on 6 meters?
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