we0h at yahoo.com
Tue Oct 9 15:13:17 EDT 2007
Others have told me keep the diode. The filter cap is a worthless low
value. The transformer can be used with some mods that are supposed to
be real easy. Nothing wahoo huge but HV for smaller purposes. Nice
blowers in there. Move lots of air. Round glass plates have worked for
sanding crystals by others. Relays galore. You'll see when you get into
it. Nothing real crazy but usable stuff for your collection.
Rick Brashear wrote:
> This is a tad off topic, but still has roots in radio. My microwave bit the
> dust and before I haul it out front for the scavengers is there any part of
> it that might be usable in our radio field? How about the diodes? I am
> assuming it has some kind of transformer, but it couldn't be much since the
> thing is not heavy at all. It's a big Panasonic oven, but the insides don't
> look promising. Any suggestions?
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