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Old 02-17-2015, 06:17 PM
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I was wondering about the fly change and that resistor.. I'll end up putting it back in..

As for UHF, all the little pins are making contact, and I did bend them slightly with a jewelry screw driver.. There are a bunch of caps and resistors under the mechanism.. I'm not going to remove the channel mechanism to check those resistors.. I'm not sure where the B+ is coming from, it's very hard to follow the schematic as it shows different tuners..
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Old 02-26-2015, 02:47 AM
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About to wrap this project up.. I'm going to forget about the tuner, at least for now.. Convergence is pretty good, not perfect but the closest I've even gotten it.. Purity is pretty good.. Trying to figure out how to get rid or minimize the shadowing

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Convergence looks pretty good. I personally prefer to use a white grid/bars instead of dots since it shows the convergence variation over the horizontal and vertical planes more completely than the dots, but to each his own...
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I actually used both of them, and I know what your saying, it's easier to use the grid bars.. After that pic I touched it up a bit more using the grid pattern..
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