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Re: Hello from The Newbie
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- Date: Sun, 16 Jan 2005 16:11:53 -0700
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Original poster: "Chris Watkins" <tesla@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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> I don't think a Pringle's potato chip can will work as the inside
> liner would probably be conductive.
I anticipated this by removing the inner liner... but I'm now leaning
more heavily toward PVC as you and others have suggested.
> I assume you'll be opting for a neon sign transformer (NST)
> as your high voltage transformer? Call up some neon sign
> shops in Atlanta and ask if they have some of the old non-
> GFI ballast transformers that they would sell you or look
> on ebay for them. Many people have a lot of trouble trying to
> get the newer GFI transformers work in a Tesla circuit.
Still undecided on my HV source, but will keep the non-GFI/GFI
detail in mind, should I end up shopping or scrounging for NST's.