Thanks for the tips Randall. I'm going to start by splicing the
filter box from the old radio wiring harness into the new one and see
if that eliminates the problem.
1963 TR4 - CT19389L
1959 AH Bugeye - AN5L23250
On 10/6/05, Randall <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > A sizeable capacitor on the switched lead may help too.
> 1000 microfarads (abbreviated mfd or sometimes uF) should make a difference,
> that is the problem. More won't hurt anything, but the 0.5 farad or 1.0 farad
> "monster" caps are certainly overkill. Used to be you could buy used 100,000
> mfd caps at any hamfest for a couple of bucks, but I have no idea if that's
> still true (or even if they still have hamfests).
> 35 working volts is plenty too, although again more won't hurt. Be sure to
> observe polarity when hooking it up.
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