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Posted: 09/10/17 11:20pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

pianotuna...why don't you start a side business and start importing those from Mexicowanderer? PowerMaster is trying to make a comeback but is in need of a supplier of one critical part that's reliable from what I have been told. Until then, it's Hughes or go to Mexico for the Sola Basic. Where in Mexico do we get the Sola?


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Posted: 09/11/17 05:55am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

If it's 105v after the autoformer boosted it, time to break out the generator or move on. That implies the post is running about 95v. Not uncommon but a poorly designed system.


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Hi,

There are these organizations called CSA and UL. I'm really not an entrepreneur. Best bet is to have a friend pick one up south of the border.


bob213 wrote:

pianotuna...why don't you start a side business and start importing those from Mexicowanderer? PowerMaster is trying to make a comeback but is in need of a supplier of one critical part that's reliable from what I have been told. Until then, it's Hughes or go to Mexico for the Sola Basic. Where in Mexico do we get the Sola?



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