{Collins} Re: Collins 75A4 Seven Deadly Caps



Pin 7 is the correct (control grid) pin for C34.  Pin 3 is the cathode of the 6BA7.

73, John K4OZY


On Sat, 23 Jun 2007, Bill  Carns wrote:

> Have you looked at the pin diagram in the tube manual? I do not have mind
> out of storage yet, but are these pins common inside the tube? If so, this
> is a common practice.
> Bill
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> > anyone notice that the C34 in the recommended changes is NOT on pin 3
> > but on pin 7 of V3?   Bob
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