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Old April 28th 21, 02:02 PM posted to alt.collecting.juke-boxes
Alex Fuchs
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Default WTB: Ristaucrat S45 transformer

Hi,
I recently picked up a Ristaucrat S45 table top juke (selectable model). It's pretty cool and was complete minus the back door and transformer. The back door has been sourced, hurray! It may be a long shot but was hoping someone might have a transformer they could part with?
Thanks,
Alex
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Old April 28th 21, 07:24 PM posted to alt.collecting.juke-boxes
John Robertson
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Default WTB: Ristaucrat S45 transformer

On 2021/04/28 6:02 a.m., Alex Fuchs wrote:
Hi,
I recently picked up a Ristaucrat S45 table top juke (selectable model). It's pretty cool and was complete minus the back door and transformer. The back door has been sourced, hurray! It may be a long shot but was hoping someone might have a transformer they could part with?
Thanks,
Alex


Hammond MFG makes lots of transformers for old tube equipment. If you
know the voltages and dimensions you can probably find something
suitable on their extensive lists of replacement Xformers...

https://www.hammfg.com/electronics/transformers/classic

John :-#)#

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Old April 28th 21, 07:37 PM posted to alt.collecting.juke-boxes
Alex Fuchs
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Default WTB: Ristaucrat S45 transformer

Thanks John, I appreciate that. As an alternative a guy that services amplifiers told me he could get the different voltages by using two different transformers. Ideally I'd like an original but that seems unlikely. I'll check the Hammond transformers as another option.

On Wednesday, April 28, 2021 at 1:24:46 PM UTC-5, John Robertson wrote:
On 2021/04/28 6:02 a.m., Alex Fuchs wrote:
Hi,
I recently picked up a Ristaucrat S45 table top juke (selectable model).. It's pretty cool and was complete minus the back door and transformer. The back door has been sourced, hurray! It may be a long shot but was hoping someone might have a transformer they could part with?
Thanks,
Alex

Hammond MFG makes lots of transformers for old tube equipment. If you
know the voltages and dimensions you can probably find something
suitable on their extensive lists of replacement Xformers...

https://www.hammfg.com/electronics/transformers/classic

John :-#)#

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www.flippers.com
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