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Default Gen Rad 1933 Broken Wire Problem

We have a Gen Rad 1933 Sound Level Meter with one wire ripped off the
bottom of the mast. It comes off of the signal wire (white), and is
about the same length as the other wires that go to the meter board.
The only two places that it looks like it could have been soldered are
both power supply lines (+9v & -9V). The schematic in the manual from
Ietlabs is cut off (http://www.ietlabs.com/pdf/Manuals/1933_im.pdf ,
page 58), same thing on the manual from bama. Anyone happen to have
this manual laying around?

Thanks,
Steve
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On Thu, 10 Jan 2008 20:21:12 -0600, Steve wrote:

We have a Gen Rad 1933 Sound Level Meter with one wire ripped off the
bottom of the mast. It comes off of the signal wire (white), and is
about the same length as the other wires that go to the meter board.
The only two places that it looks like it could have been soldered are
both power supply lines (+9v & -9V). The schematic in the manual from
Ietlabs is cut off (http://www.ietlabs.com/pdf/Manuals/1933_im.pdf ,
page 58), same thing on the manual from bama. Anyone happen to have
this manual laying around?

Thanks,
Steve


Cancel that, Ietlabs was very kind and re-scanned the page out of the
original manual and sent it to me.

Thanks,
Steve
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