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Subject: Replace ancient tubes with diodes / transistors?

Date: 10/17/99
Posted by: Crystal Adams
E-mail: sillypinhead(at)hotmail(dot)com(no spam)


Does anyone know of any books that tell how to replace ancient transistor-tubes with modern diodes and transistors? I have a 1950-era jukebox and I am interested in replacing the old tubes (one of which is near death, I am certain) and I'm interested in replacing them with some modern electronics. I have heard that this can be done by knocking the tube out and soldering in replacement components, but cannot find any information on it now! Please let me know!!

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