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In Reply to: RE: Refubishing old Sherwood S-5000, need schematics posted by Son of W5DYV on March 02, 2017 at 16:45:00
Well Mr Sands,this is the way you want to do a Sherwood s-5000.Here is the bottom view where I use the different type caps from paper in oil to poly film.In the corner I use a terminal strip to mount the 3 caps to take the place of the 3 section 50vdc can cap.
On top of the chassis you will see a dual 100 jj cap.In the corner you see a 35uf at 500c film cap that connects off the GZ34 rect.
73s from N8TPI
"For every complex problem there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong" H. L. Mencken
They sure crammed a lot in those:)
That's why I don't like receivers. Most are a %#$@ to work on if you are as dexterity challenged as I am. Damn near takes a surgeon's hands to get to some of those parts.
I was one and I STILL sent it to Mike to restore!!!
I am listening to my S-5000 and S-2200 tuner to the Minnesota state high school wrestling championships.........With a condition called "neuroma" in my foot.
Hell, I thought gout was bad - I wish I had gout compared to this!
The Sherwood makes it more bearable........
Stay calm and return fire.
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