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Kerry

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  1. You could use something like this Rounded Socket Button Head Mount it from the bottom with the nut on top. Not sure I would go to deep on the inset. Not more than 1mm.
  2. A nice benefit of the modules is that you can set them to 740v before you install them in the amp. I’m glad everything is up and running again.
  3. Happy Birthday Grahame! Hope you're having a great day.
  4. Not on a T2, but about 10 years ago I had a similar situation with an EL34 on a Blue Hawaii. Spectacular lightshow from one of the tubes. No harm done to the amp, so after replacing the offending tube, everything was fine. I'd don't recall what brand tube it was, but either JJ or Mullard new issue. I haven't had any issues since then. Hoping all is fine, though it sounds like it is.
  5. Happy Birthday! Enjoy
  6. It's been a while since I looked at this, but I'm pretty sure there are just parameters you can set. There should be some comments in the code for SPI vs I2C and you should set the version down to 1.0 or something like that. I don't have time now to really jump in deep to this, but good luck
  7. Have a very Happy Birthday Joachim! 🥂🍻🍰
  8. You’ve peaked my interest. Let us know how it tastes
  9. Nice. Are you trying to do a single chassis build? Or maybe just putting the transformers for the direct heated tubes with the amp?
  10. Just a hop, skip and a jump away from me. I'm going to pass though
  11. Those are awesome Nate! What a nice gesture and crazy cool to be using historic materials.
  12. RIP Steve I’ve been privately wishing him well. Thanks Al for letting us know.
  13. Happy Birthday Todd!!! Enjoy the day Amazing news on your nephew becoming an astronaut!
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