If that is the case, one might want to check that choke for continuity.
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From: "Larry DiGioia" <email@example.com>
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Subject: Re: [TenTec] blow-up number 5
As several have mentioned, (Paul confirmed) there already is a "bleeder"
choke installed across the antenna terminals internally, part of an
Omni-VI Plus mod done a while back.
Mike Hyder -N4NT- wrote:
>Sometimes we would put an RFC (radio frequency choke for those of you in
>Linda) across the aerial inputs to the rig to get rid of DC.
>73, Mike N4NT
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>Subject: Re: [TenTec] blow-up number 5
>The PIV is 1000V per Paul. I put a neon tester light across the end of
>the ladderline, I am going to leave it on each one for a few days and
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