Wurlitzer pcb design differences

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Wurlitzer pcb design differences

Postby ajguba on Mon Feb 07, 2011 6:22 pm

I have nearly completed a model 206 Amp rebuild. It a late 60's or older designed with no C76-500m to gd nor the section of the 170v supply using the additional .33 cap@ c75 WITH R74. I can see where these parts could be added to the PCB, C76 would be a little tight since the jumper wire or fuse Between TR9 & TR10 resides in the general area. The original circuit did not use these parts, but the next design did. . .is it okay to keep them omitted??
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Re: Wurlitzer pcb design differences

Postby ajguba on Thu Mar 03, 2011 2:42 am

I'll respond to my own questions now that I have the piano running, in case anyone needs rebuild kit info. The '67 model 206 which was overhauled is running fine without the additional 170v power supply .33 cap@ c75 and resistor R74 as used in later models.
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