Question about Radio Communications
Nope, 6LQ6's are the tube used in most all Palomar CB linears. Most tube type linears of that class have one 6LQ6 driving two or three 6LQ6's. As far as the T/R relay keying as power is supplied, you have an electrolytic capacitor shorted in the Carrier Operated Relay. My advice: get a pro to fix it, as there is 800 to 900 volts DC at a quarter of an amp on the B+ circuit, which is more than enough to kill you if you make a mistake. Too many Hams and CBer's have died that way, I do not want you to have the same accident. Find a reputable repair guy, then pay the price. It's safer that way. Good Luck,
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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