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 Post subject: WTB - Power transformer for Philco 41-250 (32-8131}
PostPosted: Nov Wed 07, 2018 3:45 am 
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I'm restoring a Philco 41-250 and am in need of a 32-8131 ( or equivalent) power transformer.

This old link talks in depth about these transformers and suggests that these will work also (32-8121, 32-8221, 32-8177, 32-8187, 32-8122, 32-8222, 32-8065, 32-8052, 32-8055)

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The outputs are 760 volt with ct and 6.3 volt no ct. Dimensions are 2 9/16" x 3" with 2 1/4" mounting centers. There is room for a larger transformer is necessary. Thanks Steve


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 Post subject: Re: WTB - Power transformer for Philco 41-250 (32-8131}
PostPosted: Nov Thu 08, 2018 3:02 am 
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Not quite a match, I've got this 32-8129N transformer from a (at least partially working) 42-1009 parts chassis. Please let me know if it will suit your needs.

MrLee


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 Post subject: Re: WTB - Power transformer for Philco 41-250 (32-8131}
PostPosted: Nov Thu 08, 2018 3:44 am 
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Thanks for the reply. Can you tell what the high voltage is across the center tap. Also mounting centers. And verify 6.3 volt available. Thanks


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 Post subject: Re: WTB - Power transformer for Philco 41-250 (32-8131}
PostPosted: Nov Sun 11, 2018 6:37 pm 
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Transformer size 2.5x3", height above chassis ~2.6". mounting bolts centered on long side of transformer @ 1.5", ~.2" in from side of frame.
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First picture shows chassis operating, all tube filaments lit, with the meter between 1 plate & chassis, other plate is equal voltage.


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