Re: {Collins} Fetrons



I purchased a set of Tubesters for my 75S-3 back in about 1982. I had problems with them and took them out. The replacement for the tube in the PTO was one of the problem tubes. I could pass my hand over the top of the radio and hear the frequency change.

David
KW4DH

On 7/8/2013 11:32 PM, Stanley M Miln wrote:
Has anyone ever seen Fetrons in the S Line equipment instead of
Tubes?They were Available in the 1970's
to replace many Vacuum Tubes. They were Just Plug in.
I would like to find a Fetron for the 6AU6 or 75433 for my
75S3B and see if the PTO settles down
and save me the Trouble of rebuilding the PTO.
                  Stan K6RMR
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