Coil interchangeability?

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Re: Coil interchangeability?

Post by Mr. Recovery » November 23rd, 2020, 10:03 pm

So relax, and take it easy..............at least until I finally realize my perennial New Year's Resolution of conquering the planet and enslaving the entire human population.



When that happens, you should be VERY AFRAID. :idea: :!:


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Re: Coil interchangeability?

Post by Mark » November 23rd, 2020, 10:37 pm

As linemen, long time ago, we'd test transformers for PCB, if it was above so many parts per million, we would replace it. Go back even further in time, we would take the top off of the transformer, put out hands/arms in the oil to change the tap changer or to parallel/series the windings.Eventually they learned the oil caused health problems.That could be the reason why the cancers showed up.
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