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Offline Bryce

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Re: I burned the ctm 644 accidentally.
« Reply #25 on: 10:16, 23 March 20 »
Mmm, I not sure I only need the yoke.Not the entire screen. What tube/ yoke it have?.Maybe you can take the parameters it have with a polimeter.


If it's burnt, any measurements you take won't be correct.

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Re: I burned the ctm 644 accidentally.
« Reply #26 on: 20:27, 23 March 20 »
Not mine of course the yoke of  ||C|-|E|| that is disconnected from pcb.

In  the other hand I not have actualizate the thread, but for now I found three diferent orion tubes in the ctm. And the dse means "In line 29, 90 grade, 14"-20" crossarm type "pincushion free.

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Re: I burned the ctm 644 accidentally.
« Reply #27 on: 00:44, 24 March 20 »
I will check the tube type as soon as I clean the garage a little bit and I will let you know :). Sending the yoke only would be definitely easier than the whole tube, I was suggesting the whole screen because this way you would not need to re-assemble everything, just install the PCB  :) .

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Re: I burned the ctm 644 accidentally.
« Reply #28 on: 01:45, 24 March 20 »
Yeah, for now only don't gift it. We decide  later :D. That's a theme to speak with deepfb later.