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Old January 6, 2017, 09:17 AM   #135
Reloadron
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Yeah, the videos are more revealing and there are some quite good videos out there. On another note, as to power supplies, a solution I have seen used is if you can find an old microwave transformer and using dremel tool or hacksaw cut the secondary off the core. Using some #12 AWG start winding a new secondary. Rumor control was like 30 or 40 hand wound turns should yield about 12 to 24 volts give or take. Works out to be pretty inexpensive and now I wish I had gutted the transformer from the old microwave.

Ron
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