{Collins} Re: KWS-1 Solid state



You may wish to put the filament transformer back in for cosmetic 
reasons only, while simply leaving ALL wires unconnected.

>OK, now where do I buy thre solid state replacements for the 866A's or
>3B28's. I still want to replace the filament transformer at some point, but
>the solid state rectifiers might be OK until I do that. If I do use SS
>rectifiers, do I need to change the wiring connections at the filament
>transformer. I have the transformer out now. Do I need to put it back in?
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