[time-nuts] [Bulk] Re: [Bulk] 10811 unsoldered fuse
J. L. Trantham
jltran at att.net
Thu Oct 22 09:26:50 EDT 2015
Good to know. Thanks for the info. Any idea of a source for that part?
I don't remember whether my fuse was soldered in or plugged in. Whatever it was, I replaced it the same way.
From: time-nuts [mailto:time-nuts-bounces at febo.com] On Behalf Of David G. McGaw
Sent: Wednesday, October 21, 2015 10:02 AM
To: Discussion of precise time and frequency measurement
Subject: [Bulk] Re: [time-nuts] [Bulk] 10811 unsoldered fuse
That probably is an original thermal cutout. It matches ones I have found when repairing 10811As.
On 10/20/15 7:59 AM, J. L. Trantham wrote:
> That clearly is not the 'original' thermal fuse that I found in my 10811.
> Mine was a small, axial lead, cylindrical part.
> It looks like someone substituted a different part (is that a fuse or
> cutoff?) and did a poor job soldering. I think the temperature is
> correct though. I'd have to look at the manual to know for sure.
> My 'fuse' failed and I replaced it. All the soldering was OK on my unit.
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> How common is it to find undetected missing solder on 10811 parts
> after all these years?
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