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From: "Henry Kolesnik"
Subject: Re: welding a transformer core
Date: Tue, 17 Dec 2002 07:52:03 -0600
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Please explain a micrwave transformer burning out because it has no load.
I'd like to understand the theory.
"N. Thornton" wrote in message
> email@example.com (Viktor Mikhailovich Polesov) wrote in message
> > There seems to be a bit of debate as to welding the core. If it is
> > going to cause a huge loss in efficiency, why isn't that the case with
> > the original weld?
> Microwave transformers are inefficient. Run one with no load and no
> fan and it'll be fried in minutes.
> Regards, NT
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