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    I will take another pic Ed, you saw it when you were here in the garage on the bookcase shelf. I must have been clearing images from one of my accounts
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    When you post from a URL, such as your photo host...

    UNCHECK "Retrieve remote file and reference locally"

    For some reason this command is as assbackwards as I am in vBulletin 4. It seems to do the opposite of what you think it says.

    You will HOPEFULLY never have this problem again because it will be on OUR server, not referenced from THEIRS where photos go to die (retention limits).
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    "I really can't begin to describe what happens at that frequency when you hit that SPL, but it's serious. We saw a mouse stagger out of a crack in the concrete floor and die"
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    The only toilet I have seen that didnt swirl was in a trailor
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    my eyes were forced shut by the air pressure change
    An audiophile is someone who's stereo is worth more than his car

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    Ron,

    Thanks for re-posting the photo.

    Ed

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    Looks like an aftermarket repair...

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    Phase Linear Power Supply Capacitors With High Failure Rates

    Here are some brands of capacitors that come to mind that had a high failure rate used in Phase Linear amplifiers (models: 200, 400 and 700's).

    Listed alphabetically:

    1.) FAO 4,000uF 80VDC screw terminal (used in 200 series II's) approx. 1980
    2.) FAO 5,900uF screw terminal (used in 400 series II's) approx. 1979-1980 NOTE: Carver also used FAO's in some C-500's
    3.) STM 3,000uF 75VDC solder terminal (used in 200 series 1's) approx. 1974
    4.) STM 9,800uF 100VDC screw terminal (used in 700 series 1's) approx. 1973
    5.) Temple 5,900uF 85VDC solder terminal (used in 400 series 1's) approx. 1974

    It must be noted that there were a fair number of other vendors Phase Linear used that they had much better success/reliability with.

    Ed

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