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Old 06-23-2010, 04:04 PM
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WTB: new Zenith 212-145/NTE528 HV tripler

No luck at the local parts house (I probably bought the last one about 10 years ago). If someone has one of these or knows where I can get a new one, please let me know. I wonder if NTE still makes these (probably not). I have a used original Zenith part; but, I'm afraid it might fail in a short time period and would feel better if I could get a new part. In this part of the country, HV triplers seem to be a high failure item. I replaced a ton of them back in the '90's when the local parts house still carried them.
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Old 06-24-2010, 03:44 PM
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I don't have one, but found in my Zenith literature that the 212-146 will also work, depending on the Anode lead length. Also, the 212-145 was superceded by the 212-145-01 or -02, or kit 977-41, which replaces both the -145 and -146.

212-145, 212-145-01, 212-145-02, 212-146-01,212-146-02 977-41

Hope this helps - I've got 7 Zenith Tripler kits, but not this one.

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Old 06-24-2010, 07:31 PM
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Thanks for the information. That will help me during my search.
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Old 06-26-2010, 03:43 PM
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Well, I did some searching online and found a few places that list them in the $26-$30 range, which was about what I was paying for them back in the mid '90's. And, I found another place that wanted $78 for the 977-41, which is a major rip-off! Someone on ARF thinks they can find me one by the end of the weekend. If that does not work out, I'll order one off of the Internet.
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