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RE: Microwave Oven Xfmr source?
Original poster: "Loudner, Godfrey by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <gloudner-at-SINTE.EDU>
Any town will have dead microwave ovens. I live in a very small town and
have collected about 60 microwave ovens. It cost to dump trash in my
locality. It is well know that I will accept dead microwave ovens. This
saves people dumping costs. Then I take the remains to a junkyard. The
junkyard will not pay for microwave ovens, but it will accept the remains
for free if the cases have been flattened. A cinder block will flatten a
microwave oven. Now I don't have to pay to dump the remains. New microwave
transformers from a supplier cost much in excess of $100. Ask your friends
to help you.
As to the filament of your tube, I don't know. I am illiterate when it comes
to VTTCs. In fact I am afraid of the RF burns associated with VTTCs.
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> Sent: Sunday, March 17, 2002 8:49 PM
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> Subject: Microwave Oven Xfmr source?
> Original poster: "by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>"
> Hi guys,
> In my quest for a VTTC i have won 2 4-125A tubes. They need 5 voltd
> for the filament. They will handle 3000volts at 125watts.I am sure that a
> will do both that, will it not?I know the usual method for finding MOTs
> but I
> live out in the middle of nowhere.Are there any places online that sell
> them?I know, I hate the fact that I will BUY one AND pay for the henoius
> shipping.But I need one and never see Microwaves anywhere whenever I amin