the t6 can be replaced by part # RL 5533 but you have to modify it :
Originally posted by mp3z24
it is actually quite simple. im mad i didnt realize the problem initally, as it would have saved me quite a lot of aggravation.
if i can get pictures of it i will post them, but, for now i will describe it.
the pins on the renco transformer (from the bottom) look something like this
) (1) (2) (3) (4)
(8) (7) (6) (5)
the first ) is the groove cut in the bottom to identify pin 1.
the renco transformer and the coilcraft transformer have the same operating values (i think) but the outputs of pins 7 and 8 are switched between models. this means that you need to switch the connections when you attach it. now, what i did was:
trim the legs from pins 7 and 8. this will leave the soldered connections sticking out of the side untouched. i then used 2 pieces of wire a little longer than 1 inch, i stripped both ends of each wire, so there was about 1/4 inch of insulation left in the middle of each wire. i wraped one bare end of one wire onto the soldered connection for pin 7, twisted it securely and soldered it to the transformer connection. i did the same with the second wire and attached it to pin 8. then twisted and tinned the open ends of the wires so they would each fit through the pcb without fraying. i crossed the wires so that pin 8 connected to the solder pad that was previously used for pin 7, and did the same with the wire from pin 7 to the pad for pin 8. after i put the wires through the holes, i lined up the normal legs of the transformer into their normal holes and soldered the connections securely, making sure that the new jumper wires do not get shorted out in any way. then after trimming the ends from the wire on the back of the pcb. done!!
like i said, i will try to get some pictures of the modification.
Thanks for putting that up - but don't yell at MP3kid... Asking for sproggy parts is a newbie question, and has been answered 3 times in the past month. Newbies need to at least -try- to search for answers.
Originally posted by CrazyLittle Thanks for putting that up - but don't yell at MP3kid... Asking for sproggy parts is a newbie question, and has been answered 3 times in the past month. Newbies need to at least -try- to search for answers.
yeah, and since they are noobs they might aswell be given detailed instructions or athleast an url, but they could be told to use the "hard" way...
i get ur point but i think that there is too many go find urself posts