|Author:||PhilS (registered user: 1424 posts )|
|Date:||Tue, Jan 03rd, 2012 @ 13:57 ( . )|
I have been thinking that all along, but didn't imagine it is related to the voltage drop problem, which also needs a solution because it's way off. Do you think the input jack might actually fix the voltage problem, too? Right now, I'm thinking it's a bad 1st filter cap, bad rectifier tube, or miswire/unintended ground. I'm thinking any mis-wire at the jack is decoupled by the circuit caps (C11, C12). Am I wrong about these assumptions? IOW, if he probes the plate of the PI he should still get a pop with a mis-wired input jack.
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