Ham Radio - Salvaging a burned MFJ 962D versa tuner. Post #1339.

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A nice video tutorial from Kevin Loughin (KB9RLW) on how to fix one of the popular MFJ antenna "tuners"--in this case, a MFJ-962D Roller Inductor tuner rated at 1.5 KW.

Apparently, something in the roller inductor failed, leading to some burned components.  Kevin has done an excellent job of diagnosing the problem and then fixing the breakdown.  A clear, understandable step-by-step repair procedure.

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