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 Refurbishing the RME receiver part 3, the crystal filter
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OOpps, I forgot to start a new thread for the part 3.
Must be old age.
This is where Brad can drop the PDF to match, sorry Brad.
As Johnny suggested I did pull the crystal apart again and washed the crystal block with...Windex........and wiped it dry with a soft cloth.
Put it back together and no difference.
Anybody ever played with crystals and have an experience in bringing one back to life?
Fred.

RME 69 Receiver Part 3 - The Crystal Filter


 
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All doneskies.


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A valve a day keeps the transistor away...

 
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