Transformer Fault in a PSU?
robert.jarratt at ntlworld.com
Sun Jan 12 16:46:33 CST 2020
> You may be able to rewind it. That would be an "fun" exercise. The
> transformer "may" be a standard part, but I doubt it. And what was sold as
> standard 20 or so years ago isn't likely to still be available new. The core,
> however, may still be available. But you already have a core. And, you would
> most likely need to disassemble the current one anyway to find out the
> number of turns per winding as well as the size of wire used.
Thanks for the suggestion. I have no idea how to do this, but if I get desperate it may be my only possible course of action.
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