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Scott Allwave Deluxe 12 - Cap replacement

Started this discussion. Last reply by David C. Poland Oct 12, 2020. 5 Replies

Hello all,Picked up an Allwave deluxe 12 over the weekend. I was told it was a display/demo unit used at Sprague in N. Adams back in the day. The older woman I bought from said it was her Dad's that…Continue

 

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Kent King commented on Jeff Buda's blog post Coil Winding?
"When you say coil winding - what are you seeking? Transformers? RF/IF coils? Some of us (like me) do our own repairs to RF/IF coils. Transformers - I'd recommend  https://www.heyboertransformers.com/   Not cheap, but the highest…"
Dec 10, 2020
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Coil Winding?

Hello All...Anyone out there offer coil winding services or know of someone?Thank you,Jeff BudaBeverly, MassSee More
Dec 10, 2020
David C. Poland replied to Jeff Buda's discussion Scott Allwave Deluxe 12 - Cap replacement
"Read the Factory Tech manual I mentioned from this Scott site archive.  The coil wheel hides a couple caps you need to replace. The wheel fits a flat sided shaft and only fits two ways 180 degrees part. Hence, turn the band switch to full…"
Oct 12, 2020
Jeff Buda replied to Jeff Buda's discussion Scott Allwave Deluxe 12 - Cap replacement
"Hello David and Mike, thank you for your excellent information! David, based on your writeup, I have a Deluxe / Single Dial / Wunderlich Tube / Twin speakers. Serial Number: D 111...I am new to the website so please post for me. That was good…"
Oct 12, 2020
mike hadley replied to Jeff Buda's discussion Scott Allwave Deluxe 12 - Cap replacement
"If you are interested here is the insides of a larger bathtub, the cap is on the left and the coil on the right, the junction of the two is marked with a red dot."
Oct 12, 2020
David C. Poland replied to Jeff Buda's discussion Scott Allwave Deluxe 12 - Cap replacement
"Oh - and please post the serial number of your receiver for the ongoing project to determine total production of the various pre-war Scott models "
Oct 12, 2020
David C. Poland replied to Jeff Buda's discussion Scott Allwave Deluxe 12 - Cap replacement
"The 3 larger metal bathtub caps across the chassis rear apron have both a cap and a coil in them, potted in pitch. Low voltage application, so I have left them alone. ( I have restored 3 of the 12 tube Alwave Deluxe model) But all the other metal…"
Oct 12, 2020
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Scott Allwave Deluxe 12 - Cap replacement

Hello all,Picked up an Allwave deluxe 12 over the weekend. I was told it was a display/demo unit used at Sprague in N. Adams back in the day. The older woman I bought from said it was her Dad's that worked there. I live in Beverly, Mass.Anyway, I'm curious what the consensus is regarding Capacitor replacement in the main chassis...Meaning, the small square cans riveted to the side of the chassis. I am aware of how to "re-stuff" them, but really do hate to drill the rivets out for this…See More
Oct 12, 2020
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Coil Winding?

Posted on December 10, 2020 at 9:16am 1 Comment

Hello All...Anyone out there offer coil winding services or know of someone?

Thank you,

Jeff Buda

Beverly, Mass

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