G.E.C. BT308

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This set is completely dead. All the valves and
tube are OK and h.t. is present on all points. The mains dropper and metal rectifier, fuses,
switch, etc. are in order. -R. W. Hill (Hanham, Bristol). The information you have given us cannot be
correct. First ensure that only one side of the
mains input to the receiver is alive; check plug and socket if both leads are live.
Then ensure :hat the chassis is not live; reverse leads if it is. You should then be able to check
the live side from the fuse to the on /off switch,
to the dropper sections, thermistor and along the
valve heater chain until the break is found,
including the c.r.t. heater if all the others are alive

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