Fisher TX55 restoration

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  1. paul_ral

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    Cleaning controls, inputs and I replaced old Alps power switch
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    After recap my speakers sounds very good
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    The amp wood cover needs some attention
     

     

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  2. larryderouin

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    Outstanding work Paul. I especially like the Sansui spkrs.
     
  3. paul_ral

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    Thanks Larry! I appreciate your help.
    Another picture with Sansui&Marantz
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  4. paul_ral

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    Original veneer on bottom
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    Upper part is painted in this ugly black
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  5. paul_ral

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    Power source improvement. I use 3300uF/63V capacitor 661-EKMH630VSN332MA2
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  6. paul_ral

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    Restored woodcase
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  7. paul_ral

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    Back to TX-55 with some new parts coming from Mouser: new 450-3225 knobs from Eagle Plastic Devices (unfortunately they don t have in stock 450-2225 ones, I put them in next order), new Bourns 3329H series trimpots, Wima MKP10 capacitors for smoothing in PS
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    10nF WIMA MKP10 capacitors over rectifiers
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    Little Bourns 3329H
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    adjust idling current according SM
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    New 450-2225 knobs from Mouser and this project is finished
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    Thanks for watching!
     

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