[AMRadio] Sangamo capacitor


Jay Adrick jadrick at cinci.rr.com
Tue Dec 24 11:43:34 EST 2013


I agree. They rebuilt my 410B and did a full calibration. Parts were missing
that they were able to replace. It looks and performs like new.

Jay K8CJY

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Sent: Tuesday, December 24, 2013 11:41 AM
To: amradio at mailman.qth.net
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Sangamo capacitor

Rick,

Get in touch with Kiss-Electronics.  It is run by Ms Ashley Hall, W7DUZ.

They do rebuilds/refurbs of the HP-410Bs.

<*/www.kiss-electronics.com/* <http://www.kiss-electronics.com/>>

She is very good to work with, and they don't screw people over. You can get
them to go through it for you - OR - get a refurb kit from them - OR get
whatever pieces/parts you need.

I bought parts for my HP-410B.  I'm very pleased with my dealings!

I have NO fiscal association whatsoever.  I am simply a very satisfied
customer.

Bob - N0DGN



On 12/24/2013 11:16 AM, Rick wrote:
> I am in search of a GOOD canned electrolytic which can be anywhere 
> from 1 mfd to 10 mfd @ 450 - 600 wvdc. Both contacts MUST be isolated from
the can.
> The can size needed is 2" tall, 1.25" wide and 5/8" thick. (Sangamo 
> brand) I have the mounting bracket. I realize I can open and stuff 
> this old can with new capacitors, but I'm trying to avoid that step if 
> possible and doesn't cost an arm and a leg. It goes in a HP-410B AC 
> VTVM. I can leave the old one on top and just solder a modern cap 
> under the chassis but I'd like to keep it as original as possible.
>
> Thanks for any help..
>
> Merry Christmas and best 73,
> Rick/K5IAR
>

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