Mac SE Flyback!
Roy J. Tellason
rtellason at verizon.net
Wed Sep 10 13:31:13 CDT 2008
On Wednesday 10 September 2008 13:05, Jeff Walther wrote:
> > Date: Tue, 9 Sep 2008 07:48:39 -0700 (PDT)
> > From: Julian Skidmore <julianskidmore at yahoo.com>
> > Subject: Mac SE Flyback!
> >> > ..the Mac's good, but the flyback Transformer burnt out a while
> >> You can have it, or just the flyback, for the cost of shipping from
> >> Switzerland.
> > but it's my best (and only) offer!
> They (compact Mac flybacks) are hard to find these days. I was kind of
> hoping your posting would cause someone to pop up and point, "That place
> over there has hundreds of them" or to discover that there is an
> alternative usable part number which is still available. The ringing
> silence probably means that they are as rare as they seem to be now days.
> Jeff Walther
Odds are that it's the same as some other parts that are out there, but what
specific characterizations that aren't provided might be useful to determine
that I don't know offhand.
There used to be commonly yokes and flybacks and such available from places
catering to the TV repair trade. I don't know if any of these companies are
still in business or not. It may be too that some places selling to that
trade might be able to help cross-reference such a beast. I had to get a
flyback for a monitor at one point, a "BMC" (which I actually have service
data for!) and was able to find one at MCM Electronics, which I think has
since been bought up by some other company but I think they're still around.
Places like that might be worth investigating...
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