Repairing LwEa (wreck)
by LA7MI Stein Torp, Bergen
n73 Feldfunksprecher b1 und c
n74 Vollständiges Schaltbild des Lw. Empfängers a (LwEa)
front and inside view
Repairing the 60.9kHz IF coils: It was impossible to open the cans because of rusty screws and other. The screen house must be carefully cut with hacksaw and coils removed. The inner bakerlite holder removed. Count the turns. Wind new coil with 10x0.05mm litz wire. When the screen box is opened as described the screening wount work, therefore it was made a new cylinder of soldered copperfoil. Note that the coils have rather high Q-value and replacement seem not right to try. If inductance meter is available it might be an idea to measure the inductance, even before the coil is opened, it might turn out that the coil is right and the prosedure is not needed.
The BFO and detector coils were rewound with 0.13mm enamelled cu wire (suppose they are not so critical).
Lw.E.a. One of the IF filters. It is two similar IF-stages on 60,9kHz. The circuit is drawn such that the similarities/differences with Kw.E.a can be seen
LA7MI Stein Torp, Amatör Radio, Oktober 1985
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