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Temp "Time Format" issue Fix in Discussions

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brianiac5150

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Re: Flashing Display & Buttons : Malfunctioning
« Reply #15 on: Time Format »

Man...it's been ages since I've been here.

I put this issue off for quite some time, however, took it to a tech recently and had it repaired.  Thought I'd post the fix:  "an open diode in the 8VDC supply causing the voltage to sag severely under load of the tube filaments."

Got it back, was crankin' it like the glory days ('cept current days: into my interface and Two Notes WoS III) and a tube blew.  Ugh.  Replaced that and all has been well since.  Sounds fantastic and makes me smile every chance I plug into it.

Anywho...FYI.   :whoohoo!:
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Re: Flashing Display & Buttons : Malfunctioning
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Great news  :thumb-up: :whoohoo!: and thanks for posting it  :wave:
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Re: Flashing Display & Buttons : Malfunctioning
« Reply #17 on: Time Format »

So it was either D38 or D39.
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