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hdrider
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SE84CS dumb question (maybe?)
06/02/06 at 17:28:10
 
Guy & Gals- Last night I went to fire up my SE84CS and the Mullard 5u4 lit up, but not the input or the SV83's. I opened it up and measured the voltages (it was a kit I built) and everything was the same as the day it was completed. I swapped out one of the SV83's no change, swapped out the other and everything fired up. I looked at the schematic but I guess I'm missing something that if one output goes bad those three tube don't fire up?? Anything else I should look at or measure?? Sounded fine and I have more SV83's coming from DeVon next week. Please let me know if I'm missing something else.
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Rap
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Re: SE84CS dumb question (maybe?)
Reply #1 - 06/02/06 at 20:05:09
 
Wish I could help, But my Csīs are built by Steve and no problems so far Wink
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dr._sleep
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Re: SE84CS dumb question (maybe?)
Reply #2 - 06/12/06 at 17:24:30
 
hdrider:
Could you have DIY'd your filament string in series as opposed to parallel?

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hdrider
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Re: SE84CS dumb question (maybe?)
Reply #3 - 06/12/06 at 17:37:08
 
Dr. Sleep - It seems that it was a tube problem. I swapped out the SV83's, keeping the 5U4 and input tube the same. The amps working fine and sounding fine now. Thanks for the replys and tips.
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