Photos of the included Accessories AND REAR of the equipment, please!

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keithh
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Thu Apr 07, 2011 6:55 pm

Heres a pic of my Stage 60 and 212 cab which is in another thread. One of the back and one of my pedalboard.
This is my old board and is a work in progress. The cab open back as seen handle on top but no recessed handles on the sides,
the cab is quite light and easily picked up by the single handle. I dare say it would be easy to put a piece in if wanting it totally closed
Also has castor sockets on both combo and cab. Hope that helps a bit

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Bummer
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Tue Sep 27, 2011 9:13 pm

HT-40 BIAS question:

What's wrong? I replaced the tubes for 2x Tung-Sol EL34b. TP18 to ground is 1mV and TP13 to ground is ~39V, TP10 to ground is correct. Balance pot does nothing with these values. The amp sounds ok. Help. :D

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majikmojo
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Tue Sep 27, 2011 10:44 pm

great info here!! - nice job Air :shock:

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boxofspiders
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Fri May 11, 2012 7:57 am

Bummer wrote:HT-40 BIAS question:

What's wrong? I replaced the tubes for 2x Tung-Sol EL34b. TP18 to ground is 1mV and TP13 to ground is ~39V, TP10 to ground is correct. Balance pot does nothing with these values. The amp sounds ok. Help. :D
Did you ever get this sorted out? I have some EL34Bs to go in my HT-40 and I'm just researching to see if I can do it or if I'm going to have to pay someone to do it.

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Fri May 11, 2012 8:53 am

I don't know, what was the problem. I'm not an electrician, so it could be almost anything. :)
You can surely handle the replacement yourself. It's nothing to be aware of. Just don't touch anything with your bare hands and make sure the bias is set the lowest it can get before you start replacing the tubes. I don't have the TungSols any more as there were some glass particles in one of them so I replaced them for a pair of 5881s and when I turned the amp on, I figured out there was about 110 mA flowing through the tubes. :!: These were nicely glowing though. :lol:

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