Re: WG6100: HV P316 instead of P329?

From: Scott Caldwell <>
Date: Sun May 18 2008 - 21:50:59 EDT

I did this a few years ago for a minute or two, just to confirm it was
my HV PCB that was bad, and the
monitor did work. I don't know if it's a no-no or not, but again it did
work. My monitor is a factory

Scott C.

Alexander Glaser wrote:
> Dear Vectorlist Team:
> I am having trouble with a P329 HV cage in a WG 6100 (July 1982
> Gravitar*). For testing purposes, can I use an older P316 HV cage
> instead (i.e. between a P327 LV board and the P328 neck board)?* I am
> aware of Greg Woodcock's excellent 1996 FAQ, but he doesn't seem to
> answer this (simplistic) question.
> Thanks ... Alex
> PS: The Gravitar monitor currently shuts down after a few minutes of
> operation. I assumed that the reason for this behavior is the HV trip
> (on the P329) being too sensitive; but the adjustment procedure
> outlined in the manual (TM-183, 3rd printing, p. 9) doesn't seem to
> work ...
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